Utimaco, Ingrian Partner

Utimaco and Ingrian announced an agreement to jointly sell and market their security offerings

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

December 11, 2006

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Utimaco-The Data Security Company, and IngrianR Networks, Inc., the leading provider of data privacy solutions, today announced an agreement to jointly sell and market their security offerings.

Utimaco is now a part of Ingrian's KeySecureT Partner Program. Under the agreement, Utimaco and Ingrian will offer solutions to customers that, when combined, will ensure the security of critical data inside applications and databases within the enterprise, in transmission across networks, and in any mobile device-including PCs, laptops, PDAs, and removable storage. Through this partnership, Ingrian and Utimaco will make it even easier for their customers to shore up their most critical security gaps and address the Payment Card Industry (PCI) security standard and a host of other mandates.

"Ingrian and Utimaco have products that meet critical security needs, and consequently they've enjoyed the broad customer adoption that has helped them attain leadership positions in their respective markets," said Deb Symons, Sr. Director of Marketing, Utimaco USA. "By partnering and leveraging our core competencies, we can help enterprises address their needs to protect their sensitive data."

Utimaco Safeware AG

Ingrian Networks Inc.

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