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Echoworx Debuts EMX

Echoworx as announced a new product, Encrypted Message eXchange (EMX)

SAN FRANCISCO -- Echoworx Corporation, a leading provider of security software products for digital communications, has announced a new product, Encrypted Message eXchange™ (EMX). EMX is designed for organizations that want to enable customers and partners to communicate securely using a private label secure web-based environment. EMX is easily branded with the organizations logo and is a fully hosted solution, which does not require any investment in hardware or software.

Once a member is registered with EMX, they can send and receive encrypted messages and attachments, using their own mailbox within EMX member community. The EMX experience ensures confidential and sensitive information such as financial records, employment contracts, client information, intellectual property, legal contracts can be read, exchanged and stored using the EMX secure web-based portal.

Chris Erickson, Executive Vice President of Echoworx adds, “Organizations are looking for security solutions that enable them to share confidential information with groups outside their organization. EMX enables organizations to quickly and easily implement a simple solution across their user base, without investing in additional hardware or software. With EMX we deliver trusted security reducing risk and liability, at a low per user cost.”

EMX members can easily and quickly create one or more member communities for ongoing confidential communications or on a transaction by transaction basis. A group of medical professionals that work as a virtual team can create community to share information about patients for example. A business may create an ongoing community to link to communicate securely with customers, suppliers or partners. An investment bank may want to create a community of members amongst lawyers, bankers and their client for the purpose of a specific transaction. Key to the Encrypted Message eXchange is the fact that messages are encrypted using industry trusted standards public key infrastructure (PKI) and S/MIME for strong encryption and digital signature. Messages are signed and encrypted so that only the intended recipient inside the community is permitted to view and reply to messages.

Echoworx Corp.

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