May 16, 2005
Epok Inc. introduced the new version of its Trusted Data Exchange (TDX)
platform. With TDX version 4.1, Epok broadens the scope of its identity
rights management platform to support BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1 and
BEA WebLogic WorkShop Controls, Microsoft's Visual Studio, Organization
for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards -- Extensible
Resource Identifier (OASIS XRI) 2.0 and J2EE.
"Identity management is going through a period of phenomenal growth
due to the adoption of Services Oriented Architectures (SOA) and Web
services, pressures to reduce IT administrative overhead, concerns over
expanding security risks and issues surrounding regulatory compliance,"
said Ayman Hariri, president and CEO of Epok. "At the same time,
today's business climate demands increased interaction both internally
and between external organizations, including the sharing of
mission-critical information assets. Our identity rights management
platform can help enable companies to manage large networks of complex
business relationships without increasing administrative overhead,
while reducing security gaps and retaining local control of resources."
The Epok TDX platform is designed to extend, leverage and bridge
investments in current identity management environments, helping to
enable both identity federation and policy federation to be managed
within a common infrastructure. The TDX platform is also designed to
provide a policy framework for securing internal and external SOA
environments. By providing data-level control and accessing rights
between identities, organizations can now for the first time enable
disparate policy management solutions to interoperate, thereby taking
trust beyond traditional boundaries.
"We're pleased that Epok is participating in the BEA Partner Program
and has taken the important step of validating the Epok TDX with BEA
WebLogic Enterprise Platform," said Larry Aronovitz, director of the
Worldwide Partner Program at BEA Systems. "BEA's validation program is
designed to accelerate adoption of partners' solutions and increase
market opportunities by assuring mutual customers that these partners'
technology solutions integrate with the BEA WebLogic Enterprise
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