Indicii Salus Backs eSecurity for Britain

11 June 2003- eSecurity for Britain, the online security awareness campaign, announced today that Indicii Salus is joining the dozens of companies providing expert advice, solutions and support for the initiative to raise awareness and educate small businesses about the threats associated with operating online. Indicii Salus will be providing information and best practice advice in the area of email security via the eSecurity for Britain website,

Vanessa Chandrasekaran, Executive Vice President of Indicii Salus commented: “We are excited about being involved with eSecurity for Britain. Small businesses are a vital part of the UK’s economy, yet they face a wide range of potential pitfalls, often with very limited assistance. We are glad we can play a part in raising awareness of the many important issues eSecurity for Britain covers.”

Neil Sherratt of eSecurity for Britain (eS4B) replied, “We’re very glad to have Indicii Salus on board. As proven experts in the field of encryption software they make a valuable addition to the content that has to offer.”

Founded in 1994, Indicii Salus is one of the world’s most innovative information security companies, and the designer and owner of Xenophon®, the only server-centric cryptographic engine able to secure multiple devices from a single point.

This technology infrastructure now supports numerous security applications for businesses and homes, enabling users to send and receive information from any location in a secure manner. Its principal application, XenoMailâ„?, enables fast, efficient and ultra secure email communication. Xenomail is the only application on the market which can be easily downloaded and plugged into an email application for a ready-to-use “service’.

About e-Security for Britain
In response to growing concern about online security threats, Neil Sherratt of iProof (, Gerard Liston of SmallBiz UK ( and William Cook of ://CORPORACT ( formed e-Security for Britain (eS4B) in January 2002. eS4B is a non-profit, “grass roots’ campaign to raise awareness of e-Security threats to small businesses, educate small business owners, present a forum for discussion of security issues and provide access to a range of best-practice solutions.

The eSecurity4Britain campaign is being promoted through a network of sites aimed at British small businesses and involves dozens of companies providing information and solutions. Anyone with a stake in improving online security for British small businesses is encouraged to provide support – be it website content, advisory, promotional or financial – and to display the ‘supporting eSecurity4Britain’ logo on their own web site. Please contact the appropriate representative below to get involved.

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