After hack, RSA offers to replace SecurID tokens

Acknowledges that Lockheed Martin hackers used data taken from a March breach at RSA.

By , IDG News Service |  Security, RSA, SecureID

The company isn't saying how much it expects the cyber attacks to cost, but even before the SecurID replacement program, it was expensive. For its most recent financial quarter, ended March 31, EMC said the RSA group's gross margins dropped from 67.6% to 54.1%, year-over-year. In its quarterly earnings report, EMC blamed this downturn on the attack.

Robert McMillan covers computer security and general technology breaking news for The IDG News Service. Follow Robert on Twitter at @bobmcmillan. Robert's e-mail address is

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