|By Marketwired .||
|May 5, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- Echoworx, the leading provider of credential management and managed encryption services, today announced its participation in the Symantec Vision 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, May 5-8, 2014 as a presenter and exhibitor.
Echoworx will be providing customers and the Symantec community a first glimpse of the new Policy Based Encryption capabilities during their presentation "Secure Your Email with Encryption as a Service" on Wed, May 7. Echoworx will also be showcasing their new Policy Based Encryption (PBE) in the Proactive Cyber Security section of the exhibit hall.
"We are excited to be at Vision and to have an opportunity to present the most comprehensive Cloud email encryption service available, with quick and easy deployment and support for most of today's email encryption standards. We will be announcing a platform that empowers customers to have the flexibility to deploy and use the solution in various ways to meet the business requirements for different use cases inside their organizations", says Jamie Northey, VP of Corporate Development at Echoworx.
The new Policy Based Encryption from Echoworx represents the state of the art email encryption service in the Cloud. The solution supports many standards including PGP, S/MIME, PDF, web-portal and removes the key management complexity while providing a consistent, secure and simple user experience.
Echoworx is the leading provider of credential management and managed encryption services for complete email and data protection across multiple platforms and devices. The company is an encryption service provider of choice for, Symantec, AT&T, Verizon, BT, Intermedia and Apptix among other global enterprises. Echoworx provides a SaaS (software as a service) model built on best-of-breed technology that reduces encryption complexity for the end user. With Echoworx, organizations can protect their email and data without changing their day-to-day workflow and can easily send encrypted documents and digitally signed email messages to anyone in their address book. For more information: www.echoworx.com.
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