How secure is your Excel Data?

How secure is your Excel Data?

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I ran across this last Friday at the MTBC and thought it was worthy of a 2nd look.

Are you, or someone you know, at all concerned about exposing sensitive data?  Is some of that data used in Excel?

Theft-Proof Data is working to bring a very novel new method of securing electronic information to market.  Without exception, the people to whom they have demonstrated TPD Office for Excel say “WOW, that is so cool” – or at least words to that effect.  Perhaps that’s because most of us have had our personal information leaked by one trusted company or another.

“Theft-Proof Data makes it impossible to steal sensitive information.”

They’re ready to Beta test TPD Office for Excel – which means they’ll GIVE AWAY lots of licenses and other future goodies to those organizations who actively participate in our formal Beta process.  This could be extremely valuable, especially to a large corporation or service provider.  The amount of work expected is very small, the potential reward very large.

This might not apply to you –
 however everyone knows someone, and they (and we) might be very grateful for an introduction.  Please email me with your close contact at a company or organization that would be interested.  Ideal for the test would be a group with at least 3 people who are each using Excel more than 3 times a week.

Please try it yourself!
 Everything you need is here (including the manual and small software download): http://theftproofdata.com/Downloads.html.  You can use the user name and password “Trial / Trial”.  They currently support Excel 2003 and 2007 running on XP, Vista and Windows 7.

Mark Gluck, CEO
Theft-Proof Data


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