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RSA Labs develops cutting-edge technology to improve threat detection, authentication, and cloud and IoT security. From ideation and early development through beta testing and into customers' hands, the lifecycle of innovation at RSA starts with the minds of our innovative staff and hundreds of security patents.
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The Project Sif Identity Wallet app leverages blockchain technology to allow the creation and management of decentralized identities and verifiable claims, enabling any person, organization, or thing to interact with any other entity with trust and privacy.
The Dagr app combines biometrics and government-issued IDs to provide high-grade authentication in seconds. It applies enhanced stenography and digital watermarking techniques to validate government IDs, then compares them with biometric proofpoints.
Project Rhapsody introduces a credential vault that can be used across consumer and enterprise identity and access management resources. This vault remains with the user for a lifetime, managing both personal and enterprise credentials.
Proximity-based authentication uses patent-pending, auto-ranging technology from RSA Labs to automatically lock a user’s computer when she steps away from it and unlock it as soon as she gets within range. The death of the password is in proximity.
Get instant visibility into threats lurking in your container environments. Project SYN provides you with a free container that gathers data from across your container infrastructure and a free, cloud-based advanced analytics anomaly detection service.
As a member of EdgeX Foundry, an open source project hosted by The Linux Foundation, RSA researchers are developing a behavior analytics solution to secure the EdgeX platform by detecting anomalous behaviors and compromised devices.
Notus is a FIPS-compliant security module for OPC-UA, a broadly-adopted industrial automation standard that promotes the secure and reliable exchange of data in mission-critical industrial applications powered by the internet of things.