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Update: Realsec Debuts Cryptosec Mail Server at RSA Conference 2014

New Cryptographic Server Provides Automatic Digital Signatures and Encrypted Emails to Ensure Communication Authenticity and Communications Confidentiality

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/24/14 -- Realsec, a leading provider of highly secure cryptographic solutions worldwide, today announced the company's new Cryptosec Mail Server designed as a complete integrated system for electronic digital signing and encryption/decryption of corporate emails. The product will be demonstrated at the RSA Conference 2014, February 24-27, 2014 in San Francisco.

Powered by Realsec's industry-leading Cryptosec PCI Hardware Security Module (HSM), the Cryptosec Mail Server is an ideal device for organizations that must make email authentication and security a priority. Cryptosec Mail achieves maximum levels of transparency and automation for corporate email signature and encryption without changing a thing for email end users.

"As hackers are now turning to email hacking as a method of electronic theft or injecting a number of security viruses or malware, the Cryptosec Mail Server was designed to protect corporate email from these new threats to end user or customer information," said Sebastian Muñoz, CEO of Realsec, Inc. "Realsec safeguards encryption for digital signatures and email encryption, protecting messages and attachments in secure and confidential manner using a tamper responsive module that will automatically erase every key in case of a tampering attempt. This ensures that every email and attachment can't be tampered with without the recipient being alerted."

Cryptosec Mail Server has additional encryption features that ensure the message and attachments can only be read by the intended recipient. Key capabilities of the Realsec Cryptosec Mail product include:

  • Automatic digital signing of all corporate emails to protect against phishing attempts or other identity scams.
  • Works with virtually any SMTP server
  • Automatically transforms MIME messages into secure S/MIME format
  • Hardware protects certificates via a tamper resistant and responsive HSM (FIPS-140-2 Level 3 and Common Criteria EAL4+ certified)
  • Lowest Total Cost of Ownership via all-inclusive pricing, extended product support policies and high performance
  • Email encryption for communication confidentially is available

Dedicated to building customer trust in secure issuing and processing environments, Realsec is the financial industry's ideal partner in advanced cryptographic solutions.

The Realsec Cryptosec Mail Server is available in North America now -- contact the company at [email protected].

About Realsec
Realsec develops its own encryption and digital signature solutions for banking and payment providers, government and defense agencies and enterprise organizations. The company provides preinstalled solutions on single device hardware, application software and an integrated HSM (Hardware Security Module) for safely cryptographic processes, accompanied by a high level of maintenance and support services. Realsec HSM (Hardware Security Module) Cryptosec PCI is internationally accredited laboratory and is certified by FIPS 140-2 Level 3, NIST (USA and Canada) and Common Criteria EAL4+, CCN. This positions REALSEC as one of the manufacturers with the highest level of safety certifications worldwide. REALSEC maintains an international presence with offices in San Francisco (USA), Madrid (Spain) and Mexico D.F (Mexico) and an extensive partner network spanning more than 25 countries. Realsec is a Founding Partner of the Security and Trust Cluster of Madrid and CIDITES, and participates in several initiatives related to the field of information security and collaborates with universities and research and technology centers. For more information, please visit

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