Cybersecurity experts and privacy advocates are continuing to press Bedford cyber security company RSA to reveal more details about its relationship with the National Security Agency’s spying program, with some critics calling for a boycott of the company’s upcoming annual convention.
A Dec. 20 Reuters article suggested that RSA, a division of the data storage giant EMC Corp. of Hopkinton, received $10 million from the NSA to modify one of its cybersecurity products, Bsafe, in a way that would allow the spy agency to get around computer safeguards and access sensitive data. Critics contend RSA has failed to clarify what its specific business dealings were with the NSA.
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