Scrambls for Files Wins 'Best Content Security' at 2013 SC Magazine Europe Awards

Scrambls for Files Wins 'Best Content Security' at 2013 SC Magazine Europe 
Awards 
LONDON -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/13 --  Wave Systems (NASDAQ: WAVX),
the Trusted Computing Company, announced today it has been named
winner of the 'Best Content Security' category for Scrambls for Files
at the prestigious 2013 SC Magazine Europe Awards. The winners were
announced on April 23rd at an awards ceremony at the London Hilton
attended by professionals from across the industry.  
Scrambls for Files was chosen as the best solution for countering
attacks on web-based content in the enterprise, earning the honour
over competitors that included McAfee, Accellion, Trustwave,
Cyber-Ark and Websense. The SC Awards Europe recognises the best
performers and innovators in the information security area. Entries
are evaluated by those at the highest level of the information
security profession and by a second panel made up of the SC Magazine
editorial team. 
"We are extremely pleased to receive this honor from SC Magazine
Europe, which further validates Scrambls for Files as an innovative
and one-of-a kind offering for protecting information in the cloud,"
said Joseph Souren, Vice President and General Manager, EMEA. "With
the use of cloud services becoming increasingly prevalent within
today's enterprise, IT must take proactive steps to ensure that
information isn't compromised. With Scrambls, you can choose who can
see and read any scrambled text; everyone else sees only
hieroglyphic-type characters." 
Available since November, Scrambls for Files allows users to 


 
--  Safely and securely encrypt files stored uploaded to cloud storage
    services like Dropbox(TM) or Microsoft SkyDrive(TM).
--  Set permissions so that only specific groups (based on email addresses
    or Facebook contacts) can access the content. IT can change those
    permissions at any time.
--  Decrypt and display both text and files. Messages can be retracted or
    can be scheduled to appear or expire.

  
Scrambls can be used with any web service and is compatible with an
infrastructure users already know and use (Facebook, DropBox, email,
Yammer). 
About Wave Systems 
 Wave Systems Corp. (NASDAQ: WAVX) reduces the
complexity, cost and uncertainty of data protection by starting
insi
de the device. Unlike other vendors who try to secure information
by adding layers of software for security, Wave leverages the
security capabilities built directly into endpoint computing
platforms themselves. Wave has been a foremost expert on this growing
trend, leading the way with first-to-market solutions and helping
shape standards through its work as a board member for the Trusted
Computing Group.  
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Contacts:
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Octopus Communications
wavesystems@octopuscomms.net
+44 (0) 845 3700 655 
 
 
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