Network Associates has settled its patent and copyright battle with RSA Data Security. The two companies have signed a technology licensing deal that make Network Associates pay undisclosed fees and royalties to license RSA's encryption technology.
RSA, which is owned by Security Dynamics, is a market leader in encryption and user authentication products. It had accused Network Associates and its recently acquired subsidiaries, Pretty Good Privacy and Trusted Information Systems, of infringing its patents and copyright.
Although Network Associates inherited the legal battle, it is an important one to have settled as the acquisitive company moves aggressively in the booming network security market.
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