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RSA advances its RSA enVision compliance and security information management platform by leveraging EMC information infrastructure

May 7, 2007

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BEDFORD, Mass. -- RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC - News) today announced the advancement of its information management platform for compliance and security, the RSA enVision(TM) solution, through new integration, features and capabilities that will help customers accelerate their businesses by solving their most sensitive and complex security challenges. The new capabilities of the RSA enVision platform are built to help provide an information management platform for compliance and security data that can comprehensively and cost-effectively map and transform it into actionable intelligence.

Compliance and security event log data has emerged as a critical type of information that organizations need to manage -- from the time the event data is created to the time it no longer needs to be retained for compliance or audit. RSA enVision Information Management Platform is engineered to collect All the Data(TM) necessary to effectively and efficiently maximize an organization's security posture and to reduce the burden of compliance. Integration with EMC's industry leading networked storage systems helps to best position the RSA enVision platform to cost-effectively help organizations maximize the value of this type of business information.

RSA's strategy helps provide for the management of security compliance event log data over the complete security information lifecycle. It is designed to encompass integrations with a broad range of leading storage offerings, like EMC's to provide easy-to-deploy, pre-configured storage package options. As engineered, this allows customers to define log retention policies in RSA enVision platform that are automatically executed through EMC's storage solution portfolio, enabling complete collection-to-retirement management for all security information.

"Our customers know that there is an ever growing mass of compliance information putting a considerable strain on the IT infrastructures we have in place, and they are looking for ways to manage that information," said John Worrall, vice president, Information and Event Management Business Unit, RSA, The Security Division of EMC. "RSA offers customers collection-to-retirement management for all security information, allowing them to maximize the value of the information while helping to minimize the cost."

RSA Security Inc.

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