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Media Alert: RSA, The Security Division of EMC Identifies Key Opportunities in Access Card Development

  • 14 December, 2006 09:38

<p>In response to today’s industry briefings to the rollout of the Australian Governments health and social services access card, RSA see merit in contributing with the implementation of this nationwide program.</p>
<p>RSA is looking forward to participating in the upcoming tender process, in relation to the infrastructure and development of the access card solution.</p>
<p>“As a leader in information-centric security solutions, we see particular opportunities in the areas of encryption, identity, card management and enterprise data protection,” said Mark Pullen, Country Manager ANZ. “We see our strengths in addressing the growing need to better protect resources through strong authentication, encryption and digital signing; including securing cardholder identities and access to personal information.”</p>
<p>“We’re also fortunate to have a seventy plus staffed software engineering team based in Brisbane, who is involved in the development of cryptographic applications for data security worldwide for RSA.”</p>
<p>RSA Key Manager is developed in Brisbane and is used worldwide by very large enterprise customers. “This satisfies a couple of key criteria of the RFT process through the fostering of local industry development and for applications to be commercial off-the-shelf packages. A Key Management Server is a substantial part of the Card Issuance &amp; Management RFT to be released in Mid Jan 07,” concluded Mark.</p>
<p><b>Note to Editor</b></p>
<p>Mark Pullen, Country Manager Australia &amp; New Zealand is available for comment. If you would like to talk to either Mark’s, please call Sarah on (02)9212-3848 or email sarah@kinetics.com.au to arrange a time.</p>

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