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Bank Uses Vasco

Vasco announced that US based Los Alamos National Bank will secure its corporate banking customers with Digipass 260 and Digipass GO3

BRUSSELS, Belgium -- VASCO Data Security International, Inc. (www.vasco.com) (Nasdaq: VDSI), the global number one vendor of strong user authentication and e-signature products, today announced that US based Los Alamos National Bank (www.lanb.com) will secure its corporate banking customers with VASCO’s Digipass 260 and Digipass GO3.

Los Alamos National Bank is the largest independent bank in New Mexico. LANB provides a broad range of financial products and services for their customers. Los Alamos National Bank prides itself in its customer service and community involvement, and is the only banking institution in North America to be recognized with the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

VASCO’s Digipass 260 is a small and lightweight strong authentication product, offering remote access, one-time passwords and e-signatures at the lowest cost. Smaller than a key ring, Digipass GO3 is extremely easy to use - with a simple touch of a button, the customer generates a unique one-time password. For high resolution pictures of VASCO’s products, please visit http://www.vasco.com/products.

“As a financial institution, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest level of safety during the online banking process,” says Steve Wells, President of Los Alamos National Bank. “That is why we chose VASCO’s Digipass, since VASCO has a proven record in the financial sector, and Digipass provides the high security level that our business clients need.”

Vasco Data Security International Inc.

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