NPO Japan Data and Communication Research Institute

August 03, 2005 12:21 ET

New Technology Introduced in Efforts to Combat Credit Card, Financial Institution Information Breach

TOKYO--(CCNMatthews - Aug 3, 2005) -

Given the fact that the new information-breach prevention technology, TCP2, is in its final stages of being prepared for private use and is poised to enter the market next January, the NPO, the Japan Data and Communication Research Institute (Minato-ward, Tokyo) announced that this October, it will begin technological guidance regarding the introduction of said technology aimed at American and other foreign credit card companies, internet-related companies, various nations' government administrative offices and financial institutions who are in danger of having their information security breached via communication technologies.

The effectiveness of this technology has been proven by experiments at various national universities, national institutions and foreign universities. The technology is equally applicable to transmitted data, voice and visual media without changing existing system and environment and the marketing preparations are underway by major communications companies with plans to enter it to the market next year. Marketing by international and national communication equipment makers are also underway and is being anticipated by credit card companies, financial institutions and government offices as a trump card against information security breaches.

Contact Information

  • NPO Japan Data and Communication Research Institute
    Director Shunzo Sugiyama, 03-5978-6220 (PR Spokesman)