Protexx Inc. Speaks Before Congressional Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations Involving Internet Security

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Protexx 2048 bit encryption technology heightens your level of security across the board. Protexx™ Encryption Software's ability to totally protect against unauthorized access and transmissions, adds the ultimate security level for individuals, industry and government wishing to achieve a total security solutions for their data "in motion" management, at a fraction of the cost of other solutions with far less encryption. Protexx™ securely encrypts data transmissions to and from Inter and Intranet platforms when everyone else seems more concerned with the encryption of data at rest rather than with the more important encryption of data in motion.

management, at a fraction of the cost of other solutions with far less encryption. Protexx™ securely encrypts data transmissions to and from Inter and Intranet platforms. Everyone else seems more concerned with encryption of data at rest rather than with the more important encrypted data in motion.

Protexx Inc., a leader in 2048 bit encryption technology for data in motion security solutions presented its concerns and solutions for data in motion security to the Congressional Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations today. The presentation and discussion was a follow-up invitation to successful meetings with Connecticut Congressman Christopher Shays who sponsored the meeting. The presentation involved exposing the vulnerabilities that exist today in public, private and governmental wireless and network systems and also to demonstrate the Protexx software encryption solution. Protexx demonstrated to the Subcommittee the software's ability to dual authenticate computer users, lock out hackers, create a virtual impenetrable tunnel within a tunnel making the user invisible to the Internet and encrypting the transmitted data to 2048 bit.

According to Company President Peter Letizia, the Protexx tm software encryption demonstration was compelling. "We are a society just beginning to understand a broad spectrum of Internet and Data vulnerabilities and with September 11th fresh in our minds, this is an ideal time to re-examine our vulnerabilities in cyberspace. It is the next frontier for financial terrorism and people intent on doing us and our Country harm. We know that Protexx 2048 bit encryption technology heightens our level of security across the board and we were eager to demonstrate that fact to our Government."

Bill Tabor, Chief Technology Officer and Developer of Protexx added that, "As almost every industry and millions of individuals struggle with identity theft and information protection problems, Protexx™ Encryption Software's ability to totally protect against unauthorized access and transmissions, adds the ultimate security level for individuals, industry and government wishing to achieve a total security solutions for their data "in motion" management, at a fraction of the cost of other solutions with far less encryption. Protexx™ securely encrypts data transmissions to and from Inter and Intranet platforms. Everyone else seems more concerned with encryption of data at rest rather than with the more important encrypted data in motion."

The Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations is one of the most active subcommittees on Capitol Hill. Focusing primarily on terrorism, the Subcommittee has looked extensively at domestic preparedness, response capabilities and military force protection -- holding over 20 hearings prior to the attacks of September 11, 2001, as well as Department of Defense weapon acquisition programs, internal Department of State reforms, and Department of Veterans Affairs medical facilities.

Interest of the Subcommittee in encryption technology was high and further hearings may be scheduled.

Protexx Inc is Headquartered in Deerfield Beach Florida and can be reached via the web at protexx.com.

Congressman Christopher Shays represents Connecticut's Fourth District and can be reached via the web at house.gov/shays/crs/crsproducts.htm.

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