New Softwares is an internationally acclaimed software distribution company. Founded in 2002, New Softwares is a cutting-edge security software company. We develop and deploy data encryption and security products. With an enviable list of clients from all over the globe, our core product offerings cater to Data-In-Motion, Data-In-Use, and Data-At-Rest security requirements. Our products and customized security solutions are not only deployed in organizations from both federal as well as Fortune 500 companies, but also personal users who require robust security for their personal and professional data. Following best practices of C.I.A (Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability) and I.A.A (Identification, Authentication and Authorization) diligently, our products, particularly Folder Lock and USB Secure have become the largest brands in data security solution, with more than 260 International awards including such honors as the Editor's Choice Awards at C NET, Tu cows, and PC Magazine, with featured coverage in Wall Street Journal, the Kim Commando Show, and BBC Click Online. With over 70% of our total business time spent dedicated to customer attention, we pride ourselves in exemplary and method-based approach to customer and networking interaction, including actively seeking customer feedback through KYC management principles, conferences, seminars, workshops, and thought-leadership opportunities. And we have only just begun. Our current strategies for expanding on existing opportunities, and our team's endeavors for a well-structured business development plan for every 5 year period, allow us to actively invite dedicated, knowledgeable, and creative professionals to be a part of this vision. At New Softwares, team members are self-motivated, results driven and engaged. We recognize and reward quality results and commitment to our company's purposes and principles. There is no cap on the imagination, creativity, qualifications, or degrees at New Software Inc. We primarily focus on specific expertise in work categories defined.