RSA Aims to Defeat Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

Kara Reeder

RSA has announced its Man-in-the-Browser Solutions package, which, according to, offers four services designed to beat man-in-the-middle attacks: transaction monitoring; adaptive authentication; fraud action; and a cyber crime intelligence service.


In a press release, Christopher Young, senior vice president of products, technologies and markets at RSA, says:

Man-in-the-Browser attacks have presented a significant online threat that defies geographic boundaries and discriminates against no one person or entity. Organizations need to approach this problem with a multi-layered defense strategy reinforcing security measures at login that in isolation can be thwarted. This includes the ability to detect, monitor, shut down and cull intelligence based on transactions, malware and online attacks.

The package is available worldwide.

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