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This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed May 11, 2009.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Trusted Drive Manager (“TDM”), Document Manager (“DM”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”) and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  The ESC software was updated to support Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest version of Seagate’s FDE drives (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”).  Wave’s EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management also supports Seagate Trusted Drives.

 

Data Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.  Wave’s software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the operating system’s data protection feature set, providing full-featured EMBASSY solutions for data protection and strong authentication.

 

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypted email.

 

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $2.5 million for the twelve-month period ending March 31, 2010.

 

These excerpts taken from the WAVX 10-K filed Mar 16, 2009.

EMBASSY Trust Suite

        The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite consists of a set of applications and services that is designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center

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(the "ESC"), Trusted Drive Manager ("TDM"), Document Manager ("DM"), Private Information Manager ("PIM") and Key Transfer Manager ("KTM").

        The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management. Wave previously announced in March 2007, a version of the ESC software that supports Seagate's Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive (the "Seagate Trusted Drives"). Wave's EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management also supports Seagate Trusted Drives.

        Data Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client-side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers. Wave's software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the operating system's data protection feature set, providing full-featured EMBASSY solutions for data protection and strong authentication.

        Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

        Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM-based systems. KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet full-featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys, having the property of being migratable, that are secured by the TPM.

        Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypted email.

        Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and to develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.5 million for the year ending December 31, 2009.

EMBASSY Trust Suite





        The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite consists of a set of applications and services that is designed to bring functionality
and user value to TPM-enabled products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center



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(the
"ESC"), Trusted Drive Manager ("TDM"), Document Manager ("DM"), Private Information Manager ("PIM") and Key Transfer Manager ("KTM").



        The
ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended
TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management. Wave previously announced
in March 2007, a version of the ESC software that supports Seagate's Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive (the "Seagate Trusted Drives"). Wave's EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management also
supports Seagate Trusted Drives.



        Data
Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client-side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft
Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers. Wave's software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the operating system's data protection feature set, providing
full-featured EMBASSY solutions for data protection and strong authentication.




        Password
management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these
password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to
efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.



        Backup
and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM-based systems. KTM is an archive application for
the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet full-featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys, having the property of being migratable, that are
secured by the TPM.



        Additionally,
Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting
File System and encrypted email.



        Wave
plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and to develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market
continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.5 million for the year ending December 31, 2009.



This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed Nov 10, 2008.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Trusted Drive Manager (“TDM”), Document Manager (“DM”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”) and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  The ESC software was updated to support Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest version of Seagate’s FDE drives (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”).  Wave’s EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management also supports Seagate Trusted Drives.

 

Data Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.  Wave’s software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the operating system’s data protection feature set, providing full-featured EMBASSY solutions for data protection and strong authentication.

 

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Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypted email.

 

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.8 million for the twelve-month period ending September 30, 2009.

 

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed Aug 11, 2008.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

    The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Trusted Drive Manager (“TDM”), Document Manager (“DM”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”) and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

    The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  The ESC software was updated to support Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest version of Seagate’s FDE drives (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”).  Wave’s EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management also supports Seagate Trusted Drives.

 

    Data Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.  Wave’s software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the operating system’s data protection feature set, providing full-featured EMBASSY solutions for data protection and strong authentication.

 

    Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

    Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

    Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypted email.

 

    Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.8 million for the twelve-month period ending June 30, 2009.

 

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed May 12, 2008.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Trusted Drive Manager (“TDM”), Document Manager (“DM”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”) and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  In March 2007, Wave announced a new version of the ESC software that supports Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest version of Seagate’s FDE drives (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”).  Wave’s EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management also supports Seagate Trusted Drives.

 

Data Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.  In early 2007, Wave announced support for Microsoft’s new Windows Vista operating system and compatibility with Wave’s latest version of its EMBASSY Trust Suite software.  Wave’s software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the new operating system’s data protection feature set, providing full-featured EMBASSY solutions for data protection and strong authentication.

 

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypted email.

 

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.8 million for the twelve-month period ending March 31, 2009.

 

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These excerpts taken from the WAVX 10-K filed Mar 17, 2008.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

        The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the "ESC"), Trusted Drive Manager ("TDM"), Document Manager ("DM"), Private Information Manager ("PIM") and Key Transfer Manager ("KTM").

        The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management. In March 2007, Wave announced a new version of the ESC software that supports Seagate's Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest version of Seagate's FDE drives (the "Seagate Trusted Drives"). Wave's EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management also supports Seagate Trusted Drives.

        Data Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers. In early 2007, Wave announced support for Microsoft's new Windows Vista operating system and compatibility with Wave's latest version of its EMBASSY Trust Suite software. Wave's software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the new operating system's data protection feature set, providing full-featured EMBASSY solutions for data protection and strong authentication.

        Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

        Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems. KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

        Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypted email.

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        Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and to develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.3 million for the year ending December 31, 2008.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite



        The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to
TPM-enabled products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the "ESC"), Trusted Drive Manager ("TDM"),
Document Manager ("DM"), Private Information Manager ("PIM") and Key Transfer Manager ("KTM").



        The
ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended
TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management. In March 2007, Wave
announced a new version of the ESC software that supports Seagate's Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest version of Seagate's FDE drives (the "Seagate Trusted Drives"). Wave's EMBASSY Trust
Suite software for TPM and key management also supports Seagate Trusted Drives.



        Data
Protection is addressed by the DM, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The DM, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft
Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers. In early 2007, Wave announced support for Microsoft's new Windows Vista operating system and compatibility with Wave's latest version
of its EMBASSY Trust Suite software. Wave's software is Windows Vista ready and builds upon the new operating system's data protection feature set, providing full-featured EMBASSY
solutions for data protection and strong authentication.



        Password
management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these
password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to
efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.



        Backup
and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems. KTM is an archive application for the
cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.



        Additionally,
Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting
File System and encrypted email.



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        Wave
plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and to develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market
continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.3 million for the year ending December 31, 2008.



This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed Nov 9, 2007.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-equipped products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. Wave has also developed the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

 

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

 

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM- based systems. KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

 

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite, which allow users to set up and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email.

 

In March 2007, Wave announced that a new version of the ESC software now supports Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest generation of Seagate’s FDE drives (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”). Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

 

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.

 

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Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.3 million for the twelve-month period ending September 30, 2008.

 

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed Aug 9, 2007.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

  The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-equipped products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

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The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  Wave also announced that it would develop the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the recently announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information; such as, user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM- based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite, which allow users to set up and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email.

In March 2007, Wave announced that a new version of the ESC software now supports Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest generation of Seagate’s FDE drives (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”).  Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.2 million for the twelve-month period ending June 30, 2008.

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed May 10, 2007.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-equipped products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and

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streamlined password policy management. The Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC supports the recently announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption hard drives.

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems. KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email.

In March 2007, Wave announced that a new version of the ESC software now supports Seagate’s Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drive, the latest generation of Seagate’s FDE drives (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”). Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.2 million for the twelve-month period ending March 31, 2008.

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-K filed Mar 16, 2007.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management. Wave also announced that it would develop the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the newly announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems. KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured, method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email. The TPM Wizard enhancement was released during the 1st quarter of 2005.

In August 2005, Wave signed an agreement with Seagate Technology LLC (“Seagate”) to develop a trusted drive manager software module for the EMBASSY Trust Suite, which will support the Seagate Momentus 5400 Full Disc Encryption products announced by Seagate (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”). Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.2 million for the year ending December 31, 2007.

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This excerpt taken from the WAVX 8-K filed Mar 16, 2007.
Embassy Trust Suite for HP: In late November 2006, Wave’s EMBASSY® Trust Suite client software family completed thorough testing and was certified for use on HP business desktop and notebook PCs with a TPM that integrates the core elements of trust into the subsystem.

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This excerpt taken from the WAVX 8-K filed Mar 15, 2007.
Embassy Trust Suite for HP: In late November 2006, Wave’s EMBASSY® Trust Suite client software family completed thorough testing and was certified for use on HP business desktop and notebook PCs with a TPM that integrates the core elements of trust into the subsystem.

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This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed Aug 9, 2006.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-equipped products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  Wave also announced that it would develop the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the newly announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

 

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

 

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Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

 

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email.  The TPM Wizard enhancement was released during the 1st quarter of 2005.

 

In August 2005, Wave signed an agreement with Seagate Technology LLC (“Seagate”) to develop a trusted drive manager software module for the EMBASSY Trust Suite, which will support the Seagate Momentus 5400 Full Disc Encryption products  announced by Seagate (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”).  Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

 

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $2.5 million for the twelve-month period ending June 30, 2007.

 

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed May 10, 2006.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-equipped products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management. Wave also announced that it would develop the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the newly announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these password issues, PIM uses

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the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems. KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email. The TPM Wizard enhancement was released during the 1st quarter of 2005.

In August 2005, Wave signed an agreement with Seagate Technology LLC (“Seagate”) to develop a trusted drive manager software module for the EMBASSY Trust Suite, which will support the Seagate Momentus 5400 Full Disc Encryption products  announced by Seagate (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”). Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $2.4 million for the twelve-month period ending March 31, 2007.

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-K filed Mar 16, 2006.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products. Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform. In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management. Wave also announced that it would develop the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the newly announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords. To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information. It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems. KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

Additionally, Wave has developed TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email. The TPM Wizard enhancement was released during the 1st quarter of 2005.

In August 2005, Wave signed an agreement with Seagate Technology LLC (“Seagate”) to develop a trusted drive manager software module for the EMBASSY Trust Suite, which will support the Seagate Momentus 5400 Full Disc Encryption products  announced by Seagate (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”). Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve. Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $2.7 million for the year ending December 31, 2006.

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This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed Nov 9, 2005.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM-enabled products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users

 

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to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  Wave announced that it would develop the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the newly announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

 

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

 

Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

 

Additionally, in 2004, Wave began developing a new set of TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File System and encrypting email.  The TPM Wizard enhancement was released during the 1st quarter of 2005.

 

In August 2005, Wave signed an agreement with Seagate Technology LLC (“Seagate”) to develop a trusted drive manager software module for the EMBASSY Trust Suite, which will support the Seagate Momentus 5400 Full Disc Encryption products announced by Seagate (the “Seagate Trusted Drives”).  Wave’s support for the Seagate Trusted Drives will also utilize its EMBASSY Trust Suite software for TPM and key management.

 

Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $3.1 million for the twelve-month period ending September 30, 2006.

 

This excerpt taken from the WAVX 10-Q filed Aug 9, 2005.

The EMBASSY Trust Suite

 

The current version of the EMBASSY Trust Suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality and user value to TPM enabled products.  Designed to make the TPM easy for users to set up and use, the EMBASSY Trust Suite includes the EMBASSY Security Center (the “ESC”), Document Manager Vault (“Vault”), Private Information Manager (“PIM”), SmartSignature and Key Transfer Manager (“KTM”).

 

The ESC enables the user to set up and configure the TPM platform.  In addition to the basic function of making the TPM operational, ESC is designed to enable the user to manage extended TPM-based security settings and policies, including strong authentication, Windows logon preferences to add biometrics and streamlined password policy management.  Wave announced that it would develop the Trusted Drive Manager functions for ESC to support the newly announced Seagate Full Disc Encryption drives.

 

Data Protection is addressed by the Vault, which provides document encryption, decryption and client side storage of documents. The Vault, which works with Microsoft Windows, and Microsoft Office, secures documents against unauthorized users and hackers.

 

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Password management is a security challenge due to the increasing number of passwords required and the tendency of users to select easily guessed passwords.  To help improve these password issues, PIM uses the TPM to securely store and manage user information such as user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information.  It retrieves login information to efficiently fill in applications, web forms and web login information.

 

Backup and recovery of keys used for logon, signing, and protection of data is an essential requirement for deployment of TPM based systems.  KTM is an archive application for the cryptographic keys that is designed to provide a simple, yet fully featured method to securely archive, restore and transfer keys having migratable properties that are secured by the TPM.

 

SmartSignature is a digital signing application that utilizes the signing keys generated by the TPM.

 

Additionally, in 2004, Wave began developing a new set of TPM Wizards as part of the EMBASSY Trust Suite which allow users to setup and use the TPM for securing 802.11x wireless networks, the Windows Encrypting File and encrypting email.  The TPM Wizard enhancement was released during the 1st quarter of 2005.  Wave plans to continue to develop and enhance the current products being developed within this product group and will develop new applications and services as the trusted computing market continues to evolve.  Current planned development costs for this product group are expected to be approximately $2.1 million for the twelve-month period ending June 30, 2006.

 

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