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RSAC Day 3: Relationship Between RSA, NSA Takes Center Stage

Day three of RSA Conference 2014 has begun at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Yesterday was an eventful day, so let's have a look at some of the high -- and low -- points in the news:

RSA Conference 2014 - Information Security's Civil War Takes Center Stage
Brian Honan, security consultant and RSA Conference presenter, explains why he has chosen to remain on the event's speaking roster despite the withdrawal of some peers. (InfoSecurity)

RSA's Coviello Calls for Global Surveillance Reforms, Enhanced Privacy Protection

RSA Security executive chairman Art Coviello today at RSA Conference 2014 made his first public comments about the security company's relationship with the National Security Agency, painting the landmark firm as a victim of the spy agency's blurring of the lines between its offensive and defensive missions. (Threatpost)

RSAC 2014: RSA Conference
Salted Hash is live from the RSA Conference in San Francisco, California, this week. Here's an ongoing look at day two. (CSOonline)

RSA Chairman: NSA Work Is Public Record
Art Coviello calls for global intelligence community reforms, says RSA's work with NSA was never secret. (InformationWeek)

RSA Conference experts urge companies to fight back
As the tech industry continues to reel over reports of criminal hacking and government snooping, local security experts Tuesday urged companies to fight back. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Richard Clarke at RSA Conference: 10 Observations on US
A veteran counter-terrorism advisor and Presidential Review Group member on Intelligence gives his executive summary. (WindowsITPro)