RSA Data Security, Inc. President Honored with Visionary Award; CMP's CommunicationsWeek Names James Bidzos Among Visionaries Changing the Industry and the World.
REDWOOD CITY Redwood City, city (1990 pop. 66,072), seat of San Mateo co., W Calif., on San Francisco Bay; inc. 1868. Manufactures include commmunications, electrical, electronic, and medical equipment. , Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 12, 1997--RSA Data Security, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Security Dynamics Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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This annual award, bestowed to ten industry visionaries, was given by CMP's CommunicationsWeek during a ComNet '97 keynote ceremony on February 4.
Nominations for CommunicationsWeek's Visionary Awards were assessed by a panel of independent experts. CommunicationsWeek editorial staff determined the final list of winners based on the panel's recommendations. More than 100 executives from leading companies were nominated nom·i·nate
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"I am extremely honored to be among this year's ten visionaries," said Jim Bidzos, president of RSA (1) (Rural Service Area) See MSA.
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Other winners included John T. Andrews John Tuttle Andrews (May 29, 1803 - June 11, 1894) was a U.S. Representative from New York.
Born near Schoharie Creek, New York, Andrews moved with his parents in 1813 to Reading, near Dundee, Yates County. He attended the district school and also was privately tutored. , president, CSX CSX Chessie Seaboard Multiplier (railroad transportation company)
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Group, Inc.; Lawrence J. Ellison, chairman and CEO, Oracle Corp.; William J. Esrey, chairman and CEO, Sprint Corp.; William Friel, CIO and senior vice president, Prudential Insurance Co.; Christina C. Jones, president and founder, pcOrder.com; Phyllis J. Michaelides, program manager, manufacturing, Allied Signal, Inc.; and Denis J. O'Leary, CIO and senior vice president, Chase Manhattan Bank. CommunicationsWeek and CMP Media CommunicationsWeek, The Networking Newspaper, is the leading newspaper serving the information needs of network IT management. The newspaper delivers news and analysis that helps network IT management translate evolving advances in communications and computing technology directly into business advantage CMP Media Inc. provides publishing, marketing and information services to the entire high-technology spectrum -- the builders, sellers and users of technology -- through print and electronic media. All of CMP's publications and online products can be accessed through the company's TechWeb site on the World Wide Web (http://www.techweb.com). Print titles include EE Times, Computer Reseller News, InformationWeek and WINDOWS Magazine. RSA Data Security, Inc. RSA Data Security, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Security Dynamics Technologies, Inc., is the world's brand name for cryptography, with more than 75 million copies of RSA encryption and authentication technologies installed and in use worldwide. RSA technologies are part of existing and proposed standards for the Internet and World-Wide Web, CCITT, ISO, ANSI, IEEE, and business, financial and electronic commerce networks around the globe. The company develops and markets platform-independent developer's kits and end-user products and provides comprehensive cryptographic consulting services. Founded in 1982 by the inventors of the RSA Public Key Cryptosystem, the company is headquartered in Redwood City, Calif.
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