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Swift Taps SafeNet

SWIFT selected SafeNet as a provider of HSM and authentication tokens for its customers to use on its worldwide financial services network

Dark Reading Staff

October 3, 2006

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BALTIMORE -- SafeNet, Inc. (NASDAQ: SFNT), setting the standard for information security, today announced that SWIFT has selected SafeNet as a provider of Hardware Security Modules (HSM) and authentication tokens for its customers to use on its worldwide financial services network. SafeNet’s Luna HSMs and iKey authentication tokens will be used to protect PKI operations on the SWIFT network.

SafeNet also announced that it has received its first order from SWIFT, to be delivered by the Company over the next four (4) quarters.

SafeNet’s Luna® HSM’s comprise a range of hardware security solutions for digital identity applications. Luna products feature true hardware key management to maintain the integrity of encryption keys. Sensitive keys are created, stored, and used exclusively within the secure confines of the Luna hardware security module (HSM) to prevent compromise.

SafeNet’s HSMs provide advanced features like direct hardware-to-hardware backup, split user role administration, multi-person authentication, and trusted path authentication coupled with proven security and operational deployment experience in some of the largest PKI deployments in the world.

SafeNet Inc. (Nasdaq: SFNT)

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