SOURCE: Voltage Security

May 30, 2007 13:13 ET

Media Alert: Voltage Security Presents Email Encryption Webcast Featuring Stephen Katz

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - May 30, 2007) - Voltage Security ( is pleased to present "Empowering Business Processes with Email Encryption," a three-part webcast seminar series featuring Stephen Katz.

In this series, Steve Katz and Voltage Security take us on an in-depth look at the three major secure communications requirements, detailing how it can enable, support and improve business processes, and providing a step by step method to identify, assess and implement solutions.

Who: Stephen Katz, president of Security Risk Solutions, is a prominent figure in network security. The world's first Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Katz has held senior security executive roles at JPMorgan, Citibank/Citigroup, and most recently at Merrill Lynch. He has been a force in industry and government, raising the visibility and shaping the direction of the security industry. Well known and deeply respected within both the financial services and security industries, Katz testifies before Congress on security issues and was appointed as the Financial Services Sector Coordinator for Critical Infrastructure Protection by the Secretary of the Treasury.

What: "Empowering Business Processes with Email Encryption" will include three 1 hour webcasts covering:

--  Being a Good Business Partner with Secure Business-to-Business (B2B)
--  Improving Customer Service, Enhancing Brand and Lowering Costs with
    Secure Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Communications
--  Thwarting Insider Threats, Strengthening Communications, and Meeting
    Policy with Secure Internal Communications
When: May 31, June 12, and June 26, 2007. These 1 hour sessions begin at 10:00 a.m. PDT / 1:00 p.m. EDT / 6:00 p.m. GMT.

Where: Register online at

Why: Growing data privacy concerns and regulatory compliance laws are driving enterprises to implement email encryption solutions to enable and streamline business processes. This includes B2B communications, customer service, internal intellectual property protection, and electronic statement delivery. But just like every business process looks different, so must email encryption, depending on the:

--  Unique needs of the recipient base
--  Objectives of communication
--  Frequency of communication
--  Regulatory environment and the threat landscape
"As organizations become more aware of the threat of data theft, enterprises are becoming increasingly interested in email encryption," said Katz. "This seminar will help them understand which types of email encryption are appropriate for different types of communications."

"We're excited to offer our customers the opportunity to learn from Steve Katz," added Wasim Ahmad, vice president of marketing for Voltage Security. "His expertise can help companies of all sizes improve the security of their communications."

Note: The first 35 people who register to attend all three webcasts in the series receive a complimentary Starbucks card.

About Voltage Security

Voltage Security, Inc., an enterprise security company, is the leader in secure business communication and data protection solutions. Based on the Voltage Enterprise Privacy Management™ platform, Voltage provides the most scalable enterprise key management and encryption capabilities for securing data throughout the enterprise. Voltage delivers power, simplicity and the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry through the use of award-winning Voltage Identity-Based Encryption™ (IBE). Voltage Security offerings include Voltage SecureMail™, Voltage SecureFile™, the Voltage Data Protection System™ and the Voltage Security Network™ (VSN), an on-demand managed service for the extended business network.

Voltage Security partners with leading global technology companies including: IBM, Microsoft, Research in Motion, Symantec and others. Customers include several hundreds of thousands of deployed users at Global 1000 companies in banking, retail, insurance, energy, healthcare and government, such as American Board of Family Medicine, Diebold, Integro Financial, NTT Communications, SafeAuto Insurance, Winterthur Life UK Ltd. and XL Global Services. For more information please visit

Note: Voltage Enterprise Privacy Management platform, Voltage IBE, Voltage SecureMail, Voltage Security Network, Voltage Data Protection System, Voltage SecureFile, and Voltage SecureMail Gateway, are all either trademarks or registered trademarks of Voltage Security, Inc. All other product names and trademarks are the property of their respective owner.

Contact Information

  • Contacts:
    Paula Dunne
    Contos Dunne Communications
    Email Contact
    +1 408-893-8750

    Gretchen Hellman
    Voltage Security, Inc.
    Email Contact
    +1 650-380-2630