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Stratos Picks SaaS Security

Stratos selects Alert Logic to provide IT network security

HOUSTON -- Alert Logic, provider of award-winning network security solutions, today announced that Stratos Global Corp. (TSX: SGB) has selected the Alert Logic Threat Manager(tm) network security solution. Stratos, the world's leading provider of advanced remote communications solutions, will integrate Alert Logic Threat Manager on customer networks operated by its Broadband Services Group to protect those networks from security threats that can evade standard perimeter and endpoint defenses.

Alert Logic's innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform is particularly well suited for certain Stratos networks and will make deployment and ongoing security management much easier. Alert Logic leverages a SaaS platform to deliver intrusion protection, vulnerability management and IT compliance automation that protects networks from worms, Trojans, botnets and other harmful attacks.

"Alert Logic provides an easy, on-demand solution that will help us protect selected private and shared broadband networks and the information flowing through them," said Stratos Senior Vice President John Prentice. "This added level of protection will have a significant impact on the efficiencies of all of the IP-based technology platforms operated by Stratos' Broadband Services Group."

Alert Logic Inc.

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