April 4, 2011 - News from RSA executive chairman Art Coviello that the company's corporate security was breached, and its SecurID one-time-password product compromised, is a bit like hearing that the Pope has fathered a love child.

Unfortunately, RSA is offering little in the way of candor about the breach, instead proffering advice about hardening security systems, and protecting against attacks via social media or spear phishing. Nothing we haven't heard before, and obviously so difficult to achieve that the world's leading security vendor wasn't even able to lock out the beasts.

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