Yoggie Picks eXpansys

eXpansys has been appointed by Yoggie Security Systems to resell its Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro security through its online presence

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

April 24, 2007

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LONDON -- eXpansys has been appointed by Israel-based Yoggie Security Systems™ to resell its award winning Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro™ security through its online presence, potentially to 40 territories including the US, UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

eXpansys will make the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro™ available to its traditional customer base of early adopters of innovative mobile technologies. Recently floated on AIM, the global reseller has five warehouses internationally and a wide logistics reach.

The Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro™ is essentially a miniature and robust computer, connectable via USB, offering 13 layers of protection and eliminates the need for multiple security applications on an OS that may conflict with each other and reduce computer performance. The technology presents an alternative to security only software packages, as the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro™ appliance physically separates security applications from the platform by placing them on dedicated hardware.

Roger Butterworth, CEO eXpansys, commented: "The massive growth in Windows mobile devices has created a strong need for a product which can deal with the security issues they raise. The Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro's unique technology deals effectively with traveller and remote security and, fits well in our portfolio and presents a great opportunity for us to offer our buyers a product to help them address serious travelling security problems."

Yoggie Security Systems

eXpansys plc.

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