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Kryptiva Unveils Architecture

Kryptiva restores confidence in enterprise email communication with novel encryption and authentication architecture

SHERBROOKE, Canada -- Kryptiva, Inc., an innovator in democratizing the use of email encryption, today announced the availability of Kryptiva's Email Encryption Architecture, aimed to restore enterprise confidence in email communication. Encryption remains a critical process for regulatory compliance and liability reduction for business-to-business email. With the Kryptiva Email Encryption Architecture, an enterprise protects both its image and intangible assets with a full-scale solution available at zero cost - without touching existing network infrastructure.

As email usage continues to rise, it has become increasingly more unreliable, insecure and easily exploitable. IT security experts have long looked to encryption to help solve some of these problems, but encryption products and other stopgap measures have failed to survive the corporate decision-making process when cost and complexity of deployment were weighed against potential risks. Kryptiva eliminates previous barriers to entry and provides businesses with the option of sending secure email desktop-to-desktop. Kryptiva leverages current IT security investments by seamlessly integrating encryption and authentication capabilities into existing infrastructure, creating an environment for trustworthy electronic correspondence.

IT and email administrators are invited to download Kryptiva's solution for free by visiting http://www.kryptiva.com/products/start.html. The solution is easy to install, since it does not sit in the mail stream, it is easy to deploy, as administrators can elect to enable a subset of corporate email accounts, and is easy to manage, since there is no key management.

"There is no question that email encryption is still an enterprise need and a growing one, at that. But many IT administrators and security executives may forgo implementing systems because they are too expensive or their users find them difficult to use," said Michael Osterman, president, Osterman Research. "Kryptiva's infrastructure-independent architecture and compelling price point will go a long way toward alleviating IT implementation concerns, providing a way for enterprises to secure email communication."

Kryptiva Inc.

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