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Amit Yoran Outlines RSA Transition Plans to Meet New Era in Security

Amit Yoran
Amit Yoran

TYSONS CORNER, VA June 30, 2015 — RSA President Amit Yoran, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2015, said the EMC (NYSE: EMC) security division plans to shift its technology investments to include identity management, authentication and threat monitoring as the company seeks to provide services in the emerging growth areas of the security industry, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Yoran, in a wide-ranging interview with Ivor Soans of FirstPost, indicated a need for a change in mindset and processes to match the security challenges of the digital era.

“The way technology works today and the way threat actors work, the fundamental truth is that you won’t be safe, ” he told the publication.

“But I don’t think the conclusion is despair. The answer is to think differently.”

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