Cryptology and Security
- RSA (algorithm), an algorithm for public-key encryption
- RSA Factoring Challenge, a computational number theory challenge aimed at factorizing a given set of semi-prime numbers
- RSA numbers, a set of numbers that have as factors two prime numbers (semi-prime keys)
- RSA (security firm), a U.S. network security provider, a division of EMC Corporation
- RSA Conference, an annual cryptography convention
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