Wave Systems to Present at RSA Conference 2007

Wave Executive VP Brian Berger to Host Solo Session on Trusted Computing and Participate in a Panel Discussion on Trusted Network Access Control

San Francisco (RSA Conference 2007, Booth #2113) & Lee, MA — February 1, 2007 — Wave Systems Corp. (NASDAQ: WAVX; www.wave.com ) announced today that Wave executive vice president of marketing and sales, Brian Berger, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming RSA Conference 2007, February 5-9, at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, Calif. Berger will serve as a speaker in two roles: He will participate in a panel discussion titled " Emerging Solutions in Enterprise IAM: The Amazing NAC Race," on Tuesday, February 6, as well as offer the stand-alone presentation on Friday, February 9, " Trusted Computing – Not So Futuristic Anymore."

What: Panel Presentation: " Emerging Solutions in Enterprise IAM: The Amazing NAC Race"
Where: RSA Conference 2007 — Gold Room 302 — Moscone Center — San Francisco, Calif.
When: Tuesday, February 6, 2007, 1:30 p.m. PST
Who:   Brian Berger, executive vice president, sales and marketing, Wave Systems

Presentation Details:

Berger and an esteemed group of industry experts will discuss the evolution of IAM (Identity and Access Management) to meet the demands of enterprises that are deploying production IAM solutions. The panelists will analyze the state of the NAC (Network Access Control) market and offer insight into emerging threats and their effect on NAC. The session will highlight the access control capabilities through the Trusted Network Connect architecture from the Trusted Computing Group, offer industry views on extending access security domains through authentication, as well as review bi-planer solutions for addressing the problems of attach, access and application control. The panel will be moderated by Michael F. Angelo, senior architect, NetIQ Corporation. Other panelists include Simon Khalaf, president & CEO, Vernier Networks; Kaj Gronholm, VP, NAC development, TippingPoint, a division of 3Com; and Robert Ayoub, industry manager – network security, Frost & Sullivan.

What: Presentation: " Trusted Computing – Not So Futuristic Anymore"
Where: RSA Conference 2007 — Gold Room 302 — Moscone Center — San Francisco, Calif.
When: Friday, February 9, 2007, 11:10 a.m. PST Who:   Brian Berger, executive vice president, marketing and sales, Wave Systems

Presentation Details:

Berger will present an educational session on implementing trusted computing to leverage the power of Trusted Platform Module (TPM)-equipped computers. T he unique standards-based TPM hardware security chip is now shipping standard in many business-class PCs. Berger will share with the audience his views on a practical roadmap to incremental deployment of TPM computers in the enterprise and will discuss the follow key points:

For more information about these presentations or to schedule meetings with Wave Systems’ experts at the RSA Conference 2007, please contact Mike Schultz or Tiffany Archambault at 781-684-0770 or email wave@schwartz-pr.com.

About Brian Berger

EVP Brian Berger of Wave Systems Corp. holds a key executive leadership position to develop and implement strategy for Trusted Computing. Berger has worked in the computer industry for 20 years and holds two patents for security products and technology (with two more patents pending). He is currently a Trusted Computing Group Director, Chairman of the Marketing Working Group, and lead spokesperson for the Trusted Computing Group.

See Wave Systems’ Demonstrations and Speakers at RSA 2007

Wave Systems is showcasing its technology solutions at the 2007 RSA Conference in San Francisco, where the company will be providing demonstrations in its booth (#2113) on the exhibit floor and participating in Trusted Computing Group workshops and events.

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About Wave Systems Corp.

Wave is a pioneer in hardware-based PC security that provides software to help solve critical enterprise PC security challenges such as data protection, strong authentication, network access control and the management of these enterprise functions.  Wave is a founding member of the Trusted Computing Group (TCG), a consortium of more than 100 companies that forged open standards for hardware security.  Wave’s EMBASSY® line of client- and server-side software leverages and manages the security functions of the TCG’s industry standard hardware security chip, the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) as well as hard drives that comply with TCG’s “Opal” self-encrypting drive (SED) standard.  Self-encrypting drives are a growing segment of the data protection market, offering increased security and better performance than most existing software-based encryption solutions.  TPMs are standard equipment on many enterprise-class PCs shipping today and have shipped on an estimated 300 million PCs worldwide.  Using TPMs and/or SEDs and Wave software, enterprises can substantially and cost-effectively strengthen their current security solutions.  Visit http://www.wave.com for more information.

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