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Essential Taceo released

October 27, 2005

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Bellevue, Washington-based Essential Security Software has released Essential Taceo -- an email and document security small business rights management (SBRM) solution. Features include the ability to encrypt around 30 distinct file types -- including PDF, of course -- by dragging and dropping the files into email messages.

"Email misuse and misdirection is a huge problem with repercussions that range from minor embarrassment to damaging law suits and loss of intellectual property," said Rob Enderle, principal analyst, Enderle Group. "The protection of sensitive and valuable information distributed via email should be a priority for any business today. Given this is the focus of ESS's new easy to use Outlook tool, Taceo should be on the short list for firms looking to address these critical exposures."

Taceo Pro costs US$34.95 for a single annual user license. A free version of Taceo (Taceo FE), provides viewing access to Taceo protected files with limited authoring capabilities over documents and email. Both products are currently available immediately from the Essential Security website.

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