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Yoggie Offers Free Subscription on Pico Personal

Yoggie's USB Personal Security Server is available at a fraction of recommended retail licensing Price with a cost saving of $60 per unit

NEW YORK -- Yoggie Security Systems™ today announced that it is offering its Yoggie Pico Personal™ with a three year free subscription included, until the end of the holiday season. All purchasers of the revolutionary Yoggie Pico Personal™ from October 15th though December 31st 2007 will receive this holiday season offer. Buyers of the Yoggie Pico Personal™ will benefit from 12 security applications, including anti-virus, anti-spam, anti-spyware, anti-phishing, firewall, Parental Control and more, on the miniature USB Personal Security Server for this special price. The offer makes the Yoggie Pico Personal™ an even more cost-effective, fully comprehensive and integrated security suite for laptops and PCs.

Following the successful launch of the world’s first USB Key size Personal Security Server – the Yoggie Pico Personal™ - in May 2007, Yoggie Security Systems™ is the first company to offer a combined package of security applications with no subscription fee, saving consumers $60 over three years and the hassle of renewing annual licenses.

The Yoggie Pico Personal™ is part of Yoggie Security Systems’ breakthrough product range of miniature security computers, which are available at leading e-tailers: Buy.com and NewEgg.com in leading high street retailer Fnac in Europe and will be introduced into high-street retailers in the US and UK in 1Q 08. A full list of e-tailers and retailers can be found at http://www.yoggie.com/retailers.

“We are confident that our unique and unprecedented subscription-free offer will appeal to security conscious PC and laptop users as a valuable gift or purchase. The fundamental change here is that we are making our technology even simpler to manage, and easier to appreciate. Users will be protected from multiple threats using our plug and go technology without having to pay a subscription fee – this is in addition to no longer having to manage security software updates and having corporate level security wherever a user and his/her computing device is,” said Shlomo Touboul, CEO and Founder of Yoggie Security Systems™.

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