SOURCE: Liquid Machines, Inc

May 11, 2005 08:30 ET

Liquid Machines Chief Technology Officer Arny Epstein to Present at Digital ID World 2005

WALTHAM, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 11, 2005 -- Liquid Machines, Inc., the leading provider of Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) solutions, today announced that Chief Technology Officer, Arny Epstein, will join fellow security strategists and enterprise rights management experts this week at the fourth annual Digital ID World Conference in San Francisco, California.

Epstein will join panel moderator and Digital ID World Editor-in-Chief Phil Becker, as well as executives from Microsoft, Adobe, Geotrust, and Epok, on the "Enterprise Document Rights Management" panel. The panelists will discuss the emergence of ERM technology and its applicability to some of today's most pressing security threats including intellectual property theft and regulatory compliance on Wednesday, May 11 at 2:30 p.m. PT. For more information on Digital ID World 2005 visit:

Last month, Liquid Machines Director of Technical Services Stuart Goodnick participated in a similar educational event when he appeared as a guest expert the April 2005 Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: "Security360 with Mike Nash: E-mail Security, It's More Than Filtering." Mr. Goodnick joined guest host Amy Roberts, director of product management in Microsoft's Security Business and Technology Unit, as well as other experts to discuss the whole spectrum of e-mail security, including filtering technologies, e-mail policies and enforcement, and partner solutions.

As with every Security360, this session included a checklist of recommendations and resources, as well as a live Q&A. An archive of the Webcast is available at:

About Liquid Machines

Liquid Machines is the leading provider of Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) solutions that persistently protect critical business content and audit usage while enabling collaboration. Liquid Machines' Document Control and Email Control solutions allow companies in the consulting, financial services, government, manufacturing, and healthcare industries to share information securely, within any application, wherever it goes, throughout its lifecycle. Liquid Machines ERM solutions help enterprises satisfy today's ever-increasing information security regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, NASD 2711, HIPAA and others, as well as implement and practice internal mandates for intellectual property security, product version control, or clinical data protection.

Based in Waltham, Massachusetts, Liquid Machines is privately held and is backed by Atlas Venture, Masthead Venture Partners, and Draper Fisher Jurvetson. For more information on the company and our vision The Freedom of Security™, visit us at

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