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Source: AustralianIT - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Cryptography WHEN budgets get tight, R&D is often one of the first departments to feel the squeeze. But at RSA Security, vice-president of research Burt Kaliski and his team are considered the heart and soul of the business. RSA puts about 18-20 per cent of its revenue into applied research and standards development at its research centre, RSA Laboratories.

Kaliski's job is to turn promising concepts into competitive advantages for the company and its customers. To him it's like working in a lolly shop. He co-ordinated development of the Public-Key Cryptography standards in the early 1990s and has more recently been involved with the IEEE on other emerging cryptographic standards.

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