Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 03, 2011
U.S. Congressman, Sam Johnson visited the Encryptics® headquarters on Friday, October 21 to welcome the company to his district. Johnson represents Texas in the 3rd District which includes Northern Dallas and Southern Collin counties, including Dallas and Frisco where Encryptics headquarters are located. The company moved their offices to Frisco in July, 2011.
Congressman Johnson said he enjoyed his visit, “It is great to welcome a company like Encryptics to the Thrid District of Texas. I was very impressed with the company, and look forward to hearing their continued success stories.”
Johnson, a decorated war hero and native Texan, ranks among the few Members of Congress to fight in combat. He told the gathered employees of Encryptics tales of his 29-year career in the U.S. Air Force. Representative Johnson flew combat missions in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars. He endured nearly seven years as a Prisoner of War in Hanoi, including 42 months in solitary confinement. Following his distinguished military career, he built a home construction business in North Dallas from scratch and served in the Texas State legislature. His autobiography, "Captive Warriors," chronicles his POW experience. Today, Johnson holds a House leadership role as one of the few Deputy Whips (vote counters).
Encryptics CEO, Dennis Cagan, said, “It was a great honor to have Congressman Johnson visit our company and speak with us. We are deeply grateful for the opportunity to have spent time with a true American hero.”
Encryptics is a Trusted Peer-to-Peer® platform for the safe delivery of digital information via email. The Encryptics application is critical in the encryption, decryption, Digital Rights Management (DRM), and Digital Signature process. Other encryption applications are server-based. The Encryptics email encryption application is the first trusted peer-to-peer option on the market. This means the email content never resides on Encryptics servers; instead it travels directly from the author/sender to the recipient(s) using multiple keys, digital signatures, and hardware IDs during transmission and authentication. In theory, it would require a device that could check a billion billion AES keys per second about 3x10 to the 51st power in years to exhaust the total number of possible keys. Encryptics can send encrypted emails through email clients or Internet-based services including Microsoft OutlookTM, Gmail, Yahoo Mail Plus, AOL, and many more. Also, Encryptics is a fully functioning email client that can manage all email communications.
Encryptics won the Best of FOSE Special Judges’ Award at the recent FOSE (Federal Office Systems Exposition) held July 19-21, 2011 in Washington, D.C. To learn more, visit http://www.encryptics.com, call 877.454.7595, or support(at)encryptics(dot)com.
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