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StillSecure, HP Partner In Managed Security Services

StillSecure joins the HP ProCurve ONE Alliance

(Superior, Colo. " November 18, 2009) " StillSecure', provider of secure network infrastructure solutions, today announced that the company has joined the HP ProCurve ONE Alliance as a partner to deliver managed security services. StillSecure's ProtectPoint managed security services provide end users with network security solutions including firewall, intrusion detection/prevention (IDS/IPS), VPN, vulnerability scanning, web security and email security. The solution offers HP ProCurve channel partners an easy method for implementing network security, with no upfront costs or expertise required.

"It is critical that security is embedded into the fabric of the network infrastructure," said Steve Harris, Vice President of Managed Services at StillSecure. "We're providing easy-to-implement security solutions that require very little upfront time or investment for ProCurve channel partners."

By adding StillSecure's managed security services to their offering, HP ProCurve partners can earn recurring revenue without additional investments in their infrastructure " specifically, the tools and staff required to build an in-house network security practice. StillSecure's award-winning ProtectPoint managed security services are backed by a SAS-70 Type II audited security operations center (SOC) that monitors customer networks 24x7x365 to detect and respond to threats in real-time.

"After working with StillSecure and HP ProCurve independently for many years, this deal opens up new doors of opportunity to deliver a fully integrated, standards-based solution for networking and security that can be deployed across virtually any organization," said Don Wisdom, President, Datalink Networks. "Benefits to partners like Datalink include higher customer satisfaction and account retention, increased deal size, and a faster time to market."

StillSecure is also offering network security professional services, including pre-sales assessments, readiness assessments, and solution implementation for HP ProCurve partners. Additional services include risk assessment and policy development; audit and vulnerability analysis; architecture, remediation, and certification services; PCI compliance services; wireless networking services; and network access control (NAC) readiness and implementation services.

"Customers' network security is increasingly important in order to manage risk for their business, which is why it is critical for customers to implement easy to manage solutions to secure their network," said Frank Cohen, director, Worldwide Strategic Alliances, HP ProCurve. "StillSecure collaborated with HP ProCurve to address these challenges with its new managed services and enables customers to simplify the complexities of network security while reducing overall security costs.

Additionally, StillSecure's deep expertise in network access control (NAC) can aid HP ProCurve partners looking to embed network security into the switching infrastructure. StillSecure Safe Access', the company's award-winning NAC solution, is a flexible, standards-based solution that integrates seamlessly with the entire family of HP ProCurve switches. The integration provides the most secure method of policy enforcement available by leveraging ProCurve's 802.1x capabilities.

About StillSecure StillSecure delivers comprehensive network security that protects organizations from the perimeter to the endpoint. Offering both products and managed security services, StillSecure enables customers to affordably deploy the optimal blend of technologies for locking down their assets and complying with security policies and regulations. StillSecure customers range from mid-market companies to the world's largest enterprises and agencies in government, financial services, healthcare, education, and technology. For more information please call (303) 381-3830, or visit http://www.stillsecure.com.

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