Encryption Framework for Enterprises v 3.3 Red Hat Ready
KANSAS CITY – March 15, 2004 – ERUCES Inc., the leading developer of high volume encryption solutions today announced that the Encryption Framework for Enterprises (EFE) v3.3 has been tested on Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.3 and has become a security member of the Red Hat (NASDAQ: RHAT) Ready Program.
“Red Hat is one of the leading forces in bringing enterprise-strength Linux solutions to the market,” states Adam K. Erickson, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing for ERUCES. “ERUCES firmly believes that the development of commercial software based on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform will continue to grow and will benefit from building in higher security with the Encryption Framework for Enterprises.”
EFE offers out-of-the-box rapid, repeatable, low risk implementation with reusable tools and modules to encrypt files or databases along with a high throughput, fully functioning, turnkey Key Server. EFE provides developers with a flexible means to solve and deploy any and all system developments, be it small-scale systems to complex, multi-platform deployments.
Adds Scott Terry, senior network administrator for My Favorite Nurses, “Our company is building many new applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and security is imperative. Using EFE provides us a way to leverage the cost advantage of Red Hat coupled with the rock solid security of EFE.”
A free 30-day trial evaluation of the Encryption Framework for Enterprises v 3.3 can be downloaded for multiple platforms at www.encryptionframework.com.
ERUCES is a security software company that allows industry leaders to implement the highest level of data security possible. Using the Encryption Framework for Enterprises, enterprise architects can now view data encryption as a pervasive service. ERUCES is a rapidly growing, privately held company headquartered in Kansas City, with offices in San Francisco and Washington, DC. For further information, visit www.eruces.com or call (913) 310-0888.
In March 2002, the ERUCES Tricryption Engine received Cryptography Product Certification from the International Computer Security Association (ICSA).
Tricryption is a registered trademark of ERUCES, Inc.