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Zero Knowledge Systems Inc. / Privacy Conference for Business Less Than one Week Away: 'Privacy By Design: The Future of Privacy Compliance and Business'.

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MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 14, 2000

Presented by Zero-Knowledge Systems and sponsored by IBM, Royal

Bank Financial Group, Merrill Lynch, and PricewaterhouseCoopers

Zero-Knowledge(R) Systems, the leading developer of privacy solutions for consumers and companies, presents the first annual "Privacy by Design: The Future of Privacy Compliance and Business" conference sponsored by IBM, Royal Bank Financial Group, Merrill Lynch, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

WHO: Participants will include Chief Privacy Officers, technology decision-makers, business executives and interested parties from NGOs and government. Interested participants are encouraged to register immediately due to limited space. Featured speakers include:


--George Radwanski, Privacy Commissioner of Canada
--Mozelle Thompson, Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission
--Alan Westin, Editor, Privacy and American Business
--Marc Rotenberg, Executive Director, Electronic Privacy Information
 Center
--Jason Catlett, President & CEO, Junkbusters
--Ann Cavoukian, Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner
--Lorrie Faith Cranor, Senior Technical Staff Member, Secure Systems
 Research, AT&T Labs-Research
--Stefan Brands, Senior Cryptographer, Zero-Knowledge Systems
--Carl Ellison, Senior Security Architect, Intel Corporation

WHAT: From privacy training and education through systems design
 and integration, Privacy By Design will address a wide range
 of privacy options available today. On November 19
 participants will be able to choose from one of two
 pre-conference workshops: "Threats to Privacy: The Internet,
 PKI and Wireless Communications - A Technological Discussion,"
 and "How to Design and Implement a Privacy Program Compliant
 with the Personal Information Protection and Electronics
 Document Act in Canada, and Other Global Privacy Laws." On
 November 20 and 21, world-class privacy experts from the
 business, privacy and government communities will lead
 conference sessions on a range of best practices and real
 business experiences in achieving compliance. For more
 information visit the conference site at:
 http://www.zeroknowledge.com/privacybydesign.html

 To register call toll free: 1.866.286.6545
 Email: Conference@zeroknowledge.com
 Web: http://www.zeroknowledge.com/privacybydesign.html

WHERE: Le Chateau Montebello
 392 Montebello, Quebec J0V 1L0
 Tel: 1-800-870-7619, or 1-819-423-6341
 Fax: 1-819-423-5511
 http://www.chateaumontebello.com

WHEN: Sunday, November 19 through Tuesday, November 21, 2000.


About Zero-Knowledge Systems, Inc.

Founded in 1997, Zero-Knowledge Systems (http://www.zeroknowledge.com) is laying the digital infrastructure for privacy-enabled communications and commerce between individuals and the organizations they interact with. Zero-Knowledge creates products and services that enable privacy through advanced mathematics, cryptography and source code: the only reliable way to ensure privacy. Journalists can visit the pressroom at http://www.zeroknowledge.com/pressroom

(Zero-Knowledge(R) is a registered trademark of Zero-Knowledge Systems, Inc. All other names are the property of their respective owners.)
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