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Privacy Networks announced that its PrivacyVault secure email archiving system is available as a component of its EIS Version 5.1

FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Privacy Networks, the email integrity company, today announced that its PrivacyVault secure email archiving system is now available as an integrated component of its Email Integrity Suite (EIS) Version 5.1. PrivacyVault automatically indexes, secures, compresses and archives email -- enabling secure storage and effortless retrieval through a simple Web-based user interface. The new software is the ideal enabler for organizations looking to meet increasing compliance requirements like Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and GLBA. In addition, PrivacyVault secures the corporate intellect contained in email, a vital asset for today's businesses. It is available as standalone software, a hosted service or pre-packaged appliance from resellers and managed service providers.

"By adding PrivacyVault to our EIS family of email integrity products, customers can have a single integrated suite to scan email for viruses and spam, eliminate unwanted email, and then securely archive only the 'good' mail for compliance, corporate protection and good business practices," said Steven Berens, president and CEO of Privacy Networks. "Email is the lifeblood of organizations and the need to securely store corporate information is one of the fastest growing areas of email integrity today."

Unlike point products or cobbled together solutions, Privacy Networks has developed a fully integrated suite of tools designed exclusively to manage all aspects of corporate email security and management requirements, for both the SMB market and managed service providers. The company's solutions address the growing need for IT tools that include easily searchable email indexing and archiving, encryption and integrated spam and anti-virus functionality. To date, Privacy Networks has secured leading industry partners, including Hewlett-Packard, regional resellers and managed service provider customers, to strengthen its growing market position.

"For our organization, email has quickly emerged as our most sensitive corporate asset that must be secured, stored and easily retrievable as part of our daily operations," said Shelley Steinbock, IT Department Head at PR Pharmaceuticals. "As a complement to our email security systems, PrivacyVault provides a smooth and easy transition to the next generation in email management that includes searchable archiving."

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