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Press Releases

MILWAUKEE – Oct. 3, 2016 – PKWARE, a global leader in encryption software, today announced Smartcrypt Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), a data-at-rest security solution that protects sensitive information on enterprise servers, ensuring compliance with a wide variety of regulatory requirements and customer privacy mandates.

Integration Benefits Customers with Strengthened Solution in Key Management and Control of Data-Security Policy

MILWAUKEE and SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- PKWARE, a global leader in encryption software, and QuintessenceLabs, the leader in quantum cybersecurity, today announced a strategic partnership to create an enhanced encryption solution, offering unique key management capabilities and control of data-security policies for global enterprises and government organizations.

Statistics suggest many don’t fully understand encryption

LONDON, September 27, 2016 – PKWARE, a global leader in encryption software, today releases the results of a survey that examines the data security knowledge and best practices of UK-based technology decision-makers. The survey suggests that nearly a quarter of tech senior decision-makers in the UK don’t fully understand what encryption is. *

MILWAUKEE, WI (May 16, 2016) –

WHAT: Information risk management and security professionals gathering at the Secure360 Conference will have the opportunity to hear Joe Sturonas, PKWARE chief technology officer speak on encryption and data security in his presentation: “Encryption Doesn’t Always Protect Your Data.”

MILWAUKEE, WI (April 20, 2016) – PKWARE, a global leader in encryption software, today announced that its CTO, Joe Sturonas, will discuss cybersecurity challenges and best practices for healthcare organizations on Thursday, April 21 at 2:15 p.m., at the HIMSS North Carolina Annual Spring Conference 2016. The conference is being held at the Hilton North Raleigh-Midtown in Raleigh, North Carolina.

MILWAUKEE, WI (April 6, 2016) – PKWARE, a global leader in encryption software, announced Smartcrypt, its enterprise encryption and key management solution, has won the Security Products’ 2016 Platinum Govie Award in Encryption. PKWARE’s Smartcrypt ensures security threats are nullified by eliminating the value of stolen or leaked data from unauthorized users.

MILWAUKEE, Jan. 19, 2016 -- PKWARE, the leading provider of smart encryption everywhere, today introduced Smartcrypt, an enterprise encryption and key management solution. Aimed at Global 1,000 companies and government agencies, Smartcrypt ensures security threats are nullified by eliminating the value of stolen or leaked data from unauthorized users.

MILWAUKEE, Jan. 12, 2016 -- PKWARE, the leading provider of smart encryption software, announced it anticipates five significant, new information security breaches through 2016:

ISIS Will Breach a Major Corporation: We believe that ISIS will dramatically increase their cyber capabilities to target corporate America and other vulnerable Western entities and organizations.