received a subpoena from the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York for documents related to its stock-options practices, the company revealed on Tuesday.
The U.S. Attorney is seeking stock-options granting records from 1996 to the present. RSA said it was cooperating in the investigation.
Last month, the company
received a letter from the
Securities and Exchange Commission
asking for documents related to its stock options granting procedures.
Shares of the security software company fell 46 cents, or 2.8 %, to $16.22 in afternoon trading.