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Vasco Secures 100

Vasco has passed the landmark of 100 customers in the US banking sector

OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. -- 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 it has passed the landmark of 100 customers in the U.S. banking sector.

VASCO's experience has helped many of the leading U.S. banks in their quest to secure their Internet banking applications. The proven technology and positive user experience of VASCO's Digipass and VACMAN Controller products have assured many successful strong authentication projects. The quality of its products and the experience gained with 28 million Digipass authentication products sold and delivered have proven to be convincing arguments to the financial sector.

"The swift rise of the number of U.S. banks using VASCO's products, proves once again that our business plan for the U.S. is working," said Jan Valcke, VASCO's President and COO. "The realization in the financial community that VASCO is the expert for strong authentication is the product of our experience, focus, and solutions geared towards customer interfacing applications. The growing number of online fraud schemes and the FFIEC guidelines are important catalysts to strengthen our leadership position. We believe that VASCO will continue to accelerate our penetration of the U.S. banking market in the short term."

Vasco Data Security International Inc.

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