Wilmington, DE, February 21, 2006 -- e-DMZ Security, a leading provider of Co-Managed Security Services and solutions for ensuring individual accountability today announced the Password Auto Repository(TM) (PAR) a recipient of two SC Magazine Readers Trust Awards in the categories of 'Best Identity Management Solution' and 'Best Password Management Solution.' The winners were announced and honored on February 14, 2006 at an awards gala held at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, Calif.
With over 1,300 product and service nominations from over 330 competing companies globally, the SC Awards are the world's leading awards program for the information security industry. Recognizing technical excellence and professional achievement across a variety of different categories, the SC Awards is a truly unique program developed to bring attention to the industry's top products and highlight the professionals that have both created them and use them within their companies. Winners were determined by SC Magazine judges and users of information security products who voted on the publication's website.
"We are thrilled to be the recipient of these two very significant awards. The addition of the password management category to the Readers Trust awards validates the need for solutions like the PAR," states Kris Zupan, CEO/CTO of e-DMZ Security. "Winning both this award and the overall Identity Management category is especially satisfying based on the quality of the other products we were finalists with. We would like to thank the industry experts and our customers for their votes and support that made this award a reality."
The Password Auto Repository is the industry's leading technology offering a comprehensive Administrative password solution that includes the release, change, and verification of critical passwords like 'root' and 'administrator.' The Password Auto Repository is a scalable appliance based solution that can manage up to 10,000 far systems and includes features like High Availability, strong auditing, and AES256 encryption.