Secure Elements, Inc., today announced that it has been selected to participate in the RSAÂ® Conference 2007 Innovation Station. As a result, Secure Elements will be exhibiting and showcasing its new C5 Compliance Platform at Innovation Station, part of the agenda of RSA Conference, Feb. 5-9, 2007 at San Franciscoâs Moscone Center. The winner will be named âthe most innovative new companyâ at RSA Conference 2007.
Secure Elements is one of a group of companies that will be provided with a unique opportunity to showcase new products or services to a judging panel comprised of leading venture capital investors, chief security officers and industry experts. Each company will also be exhibiting in a special Innovation Station pavilion on the expo floor. As a key component of their participation, each company will pitch their business plan to the judging panel during the Innovation Station âShowdownâ being held on Feb. 6 at 12 noon â 1:50 p.m. (Moscone North, Burgundy Room 123). The judging panel includes Asheem Chandna of Greylock Partners, Herbert H. Thompson of Security Innovation, Ted Schlein of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Renee Guttmann-Stark of Time Inc., and Michael Barrett of PayPal.
âRSA Conference 2007 Innovation Station program will identify the most innovative emerging company in the information security industry. Our judging panel has selected participants based on their product innovation, promising business model, as well as potential market impact,â said Sandra Toms LaPedis, area vice president and general manager of RSA Conferences. âSecure Elements was selected based on its ability to not only meet the outlined criteria, but has also shown the capability to advance the industry with innovative technology.â
The Companyâs product, C5 Compliance Platform, is the industry's first enterprise solution built on open XML standards that enables a range of compliance solutions such as IS control auditing and benchmarking, vulnerability management, and more. It improves compliance efforts by continuously monitoring all managed hosts, enabling a single view into your compliance posture - on demand.
âOrganizations are tired of the expense of proprietary point solutions that still require spreadsheets and labor in order to provide evidence of compliance,â said Ned Miller, CEO of Secure Elements. âNow you can close the compliance gaps, implement smart automation, and achieve improved compliance â all with a single platform. It really is that simple.â