RSA Data Security Inc. has reorganized and refined its widely used e- mail security components to more closely relate them to electronic commerce requirements.
Symbolic of the strategic shift, RSA has changed the name of its S/MAIL software development tools, integrating them with the BSAFE security offerings.
The tools based on the de facto S/MIME standard (Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) are now BSAFE S/MIME-C, for the C computer language. An S/MIME-J, for Java, is likely to follow, said Katherine Stolz, RSA product manager, security protocols.
RSA, a de facto standards-setter in the data encryption field and a San Mateo, Calif.-based subsidiary of …