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Bit9 Names New CEO

Company appoints Patrick Morley, formally of Corel

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. -- Bit9, Inc., the leading provider of application control and device control solutions, today announced the appointment of Patrick Morley as President and Chief Executive Officer of Bit9.

Morley comes to Bit9 from Corel, where he served as Chief Operating Officer. During his tenure at Corel, Morley led the company’s global sales, marketing, and operations functions for the Americas, EMEA, and Asia. Morley joined Corel in 2005, serving as Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing for the Americas, building relationships with top PC manufacturers as well as the company’s network of global resellers and retailers.

“Bit9 offers a game-changing technology that is poised to dominate the desktop security marketplace as our customers realize that alternative methods do not work,” said Morley. “My goal is to further the company’s terrific momentum and aggressively grow the business with customers and partners.”

Bit9 Inc.

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