References in periodicals archive ?
Intercede is a cybersecurity company specializing in identity, credential management and secure mobility to enable digital trust.
Intercede has been delivering solutions to high profile customers, from the US and UK governments to some of the worlds largest corporations, telecommunications providers and information technology firms, for over 20 years.
The founding directors of Intercede Ventures have well over 100 years of experience in the airline industry at senior managerial and director level.
Security management product and technology provider Intercede Group has had its Edefice security and smart card management system licensed by Oberthur Card Systems, a smart card technology company.
Morocco, which had vehemently denounced the kidnapping of Ould Sidi Mouloud by the polisario militiamen in complicity with the Algerian authorities, "calls on Belgium and Luxemburg to intercede with Algeria to ensure protection to the members of his family against reprisals by the polisario," Morocco's Embassy in Belgium and Luxumburg said in a letter sent to the Foreign Minister of the two Benelux countries.
Once, when Koverman was about 5 years old and living near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, she hopped out of the family car to intercede in a fight between two airmen, one white and the other African American.
Proof-of-identity software developer Intercede has cut its operating losses year on year by pounds 100,000.
But these are small flaws in an otherwise noteworthy book which has commendably begun the important task of making known a few of those thousands of Christians in the twentieth century who, having washed their robes in the blood of the Lamb, now intercede for the Church militant even as they enjoy their eternal reward.
His standing then as ambassador of the duke of Savoy neatly highlights how much Carnesecchi's fate depended on political circumstances, principally Cosimo I's refusal finally to intercede for his subject once it was clear how determined Pius V was to make an end of Carnesecchi, twice absolved by that pope's predecessors Paul III and Pius IV.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-12 March 2001-Oberthur Card Systems and Intercede sign partnership agreement (C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.