Encryptics® Opens an Office in Washington, D.C.

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Encryptics, email security software company based in Frisco, Texas has opened an office in Washington, D.C. to be headed by Doug Crawford, Senior Director of Corporate Development.

Doug Crawford, Encryptics Senior Director of Corporate Development to head D.C. office

“Encryptics is generating a tremendous level of interest in our nation's capital and we're pleased to be represented there by someone as respected and capable as Doug Crawford," said Encryptics CEO Dennis Cagan.

Encryptics CEO, Dennis Cagan, announced the company has opened an office in Washington, D.C. at 1725 Eye Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20006. 805.886.1133. The office is headed by Doug Crawford, the company’s Senior Director of Corporate Development.

In making the announcement, Cagan said, “Every level of the U.S. Government is acutely aware that, as the backbone of electronic communications, emails must be secure. As the first Trusted Peer-to-Peer® email encryption product on the market, Encryptics is generating a tremendous level of interest in our nation’s capital and we’re pleased to be represented there by someone as respected and capable as Doug Crawford.”

In addition to his role at Encryptics, Doug serves as a consultant/special assistant to the President of the Navy League of the United States – an organization founded in 1902 that today has more than 50,000 members-civilians and retired military who are dedicated to supporting the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and U.S. Flag Merchant Marines.

Prior to joining the Encryptics team, Doug served as President/CEO of two global Internet content companies, Vicinity Corporation and Magellan Geographix. And he is no stranger to Washington, D.C.; Doug was a member of the Steering Committee for The Library of Congress- National Digital Library, Geography & Map Division-CGI for three years, and, in his youth, served for two years in the US Army’s 3rd Infantry Honor Guard “The Old Guard” at Fort Myer, Virginia.

“Washington is an exciting place to be,” Doug says. “There is always a sense of being part of something meaningful in this community. Representing a product as significant as Encryptics to government and industry leaders here in D.C. is a privilege.”

About Encryptics. 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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