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Protegrity, Inc. in Partnership with Siemens and Oracle to Provide Secure Industrial Database Solutions

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October 27, 1999
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Stamford, Conn., Oct. 27 - Protegrity, Inc., a privately held provider of unique database security technology, announced that it has entered into a partnership with Oracle and Siemens to provide secure e-business solutions for use primarily in industrial applications.

"The ability to protect confidential information has emerged as a critical issue, as more and more industrial companies integrate open systems into their information-technology structures," said David M. Morris, president and chief executive officer of Protegrity. "We are pleased to be working with Siemens and Oracle to offer a solution to industrial firms that enables the implementation of open systems, new Internet technologies and advanced e-business applications, while fully safeguarding confidential data."

The solutions offered by the new partnership among Protegrity, Oracle and Siemens allow customers to operate a data warehouse and execute industrial Internet-based applications in a secure environment. Protegrity's Secure Data is the only global solution that selectively targets and encrypts confidential information within a database. This capability supplements the built-in security mechanisms in Oracle databases to further ensure confidentiality and to add role-based access controls for users. Siemens' provides global solutions that optimize information flow, based on technological objectives, from procurement to distribution, from planning to quality management.

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