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Secured Signing’s Founder to Speak at Association of Local Government Information Management ALGIM 2011 Annual Conference

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Technology and Data Security Expert to Highlight How Signing Documents in the Cloud Drives Local Government Forward.

The leading provider of Enterprise Digital Signature Solutions and User Based Digital Signatures Cloud Service today announced that company Founder and Managing Director, Mike Eyal, is to speak at the ALGIM 2011 Annual Conference to be held November 20–23 in Taupo, New Zealand.

In a session entitled Signing Documents in the Cloud Moving Local Government Forward, Mr. Eyal will review current electronic business processes, examine the concept of digital signatures and cloud computing environment, and showcase solutions and their benefits for Council’s staff, suppliers, and residents.

“The adoption of worldwide, legally compliant, digital signature, cloud computing technology allows City Councils to cut costs, speed up, and streamline business processes. It eliminates the paper trail, and provides the latest, most efficient customer service to rate payers,” says Mr. Eyal. “The essential user-based digital signature security component provides each user with a unique signing key that seals the document, ensures the signatory’s authenticity, creates non repudiation and data integrity, and coincides with other valuable business benefits.”

Mr. Eyal’s presentation will take place at the Bayview Wairakei Resort in Taupo on the morning of 21 November 2011. To register for this Conference, please contact Rebecca Swansson (ALGIM Conference and Events Coordinator) on 06 351 6336 or

About Secured Signing

Secured Signing, using advanced PKI technology, provides a comprehensive and secure web-based digital signature service that delivers a full range of signing capabilities that results in an easy to use, simple to deploy, compliant solution. Secured Signing is the only user-based, trusted, digital signature service that enables businesses and individuals to sign and seal documents, and verify them anywhere, anytime, on their desktop.

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