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Espion Breaks the $10,000 Barrier for E-Mail Encryption for HIPAA Compliance

Espion Breaks the $10,000 Barrier for E-Mail Encryption for HIPAA Compliance

COSTA MESA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 06/16/06 -- The Board of Directors of Espion International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EPLJ), a publicly traded company with a unique, proprietary, artificial intelligence solution for E-Mail security and outbound message compliance, today announced the introduction of a new line of Interceptor E-Mail Security Appliances that will be the first to offer 1024 bit, dual-key encryption for under $10,000. The product, known as the Espion Interceptor E500, will offer Espion's [MX]Lock E-Mail Encryption technology, as well as outbound E-Mail content policy enforcement and comes pre-loaded with the HIPAA dictionary of terms. As with all Espion Interceptors, every message is scanned using Espion's proprietary probabilistic reasoning engine, which uses Artificial Intelligence to detect personal health information, and can be taught to monitor E-Mail messages for corporate espionage, and the transmission of secure data.

"We believe that confidential E-Mail messages should be just that, confidential," said Stephen Dow, Espion's Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Dow continued, "Our customers required a cost effective way to send and receive secure E-Mail that was easy to use. Using Espion's trade-secret Artificial Intelligence, layered with 1024 bit, dual-key encryption, we now offer Health Care providers, as well as companies in other industry sectors, with an easy to use encryption feature that ensures secure E-Mail at a cost that is far below our competitor's prices."

"We feel that this pricing strategy positions Espion to offer an encryption solution that is easy to use and affordable for all of our clients. Our health care clients, required to meet new HIPAA rules, demand the secure transmission of data to protect personal health information," commented Ryan Smith, President. "What we've found is that many of our clients in other industries are also very interested in securing their outbound E-Mail messages. We are happy to offer such advanced security at such a competitive price, and invite anyone interested in protecting the information they are sending via E-Mail to contact us for a demonstration."

About Espion International, Inc.

Espion International, Inc., a Costa Mesa, CA-based company with Research and Development headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is a leader in the development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) based solutions for E-Mail gateway and network security. The A.I. "brain" boosts the performance of the current Espion product range, which offers appliances that are easy to install for organizations from five to five million users, providing E-Mail gateway security, anti-spam and secure, encrypted E-Mail. For more information, visit Espion at www.espionintl.com.


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