I'm auditing our company's RSA system and stumbled on a file share with RSA backup files. Obviously, this should be tightened down, but it begs the questions, what could an attacker do if they obtained a copy of a company's RSAbackup file?? What if anything can they extract from it that would put the company at risk? Could they exfiltrate it, rebuild a new instance of the RSA environment and restore this into an alternate environment and gain access to our RSA users, tokens info? Please advise.