C2Net Software Signs Three Overseas Banks
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C2Net Software Inc. said it has deployed its cryptography products in three international banking applications in Germany, Italy and the Australia/New Zealand area.
CommerzBank in Germany, Verona Bank in Italy, and Australia and New Zealand Bank Group Pty Ltd all are using C2Net products in order to secure their customers' banking transactions.
Bank customers are using C2Net's SafePassage Web Proxy in order to securely connect to the Stronghold Web Server or the Stronghold Crypto Engine running on the banks' servers. Using the secure link to their bank, customers can transfer funds, make payments, and check account balances without fear that an economic terrorist or other interloper will be able to rob them, the company said.
Said Steve Cook, vice president of sales & marketing for C2Net Software: "Using C2Net products which are developed outside the U.S., these banks are making it clear to the world that it is possible to deploy secure applications internationally despite U.S. government export restrictions on such technology."
The company said that through its international offshore development programs, all C2Net products are exempt from U.S. government export restrictions, allowing the company to offer uncrippled, strong cryptography solutions to customers worldwide.