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Intellitactics, Egghead Announce SIEM Partnership

Egghead Systems will sell and provide services for Intellitactics' security information and event management appliance called Intellitactics SAFE

Reston, Virginia and Manila, Philippines, January 15, 2009-Intellitactics, a leader in enterprise security and compliance management solutions, and Egghead Systems and Networks, Inc. (ESNI), a leading enterprise security solutions provider, headquartered in the Philippines, today announced a business partnership where Egghead Systems will sell and provide services for Intellitactics' security information and event management (SIEM) appliance called Intellitactics SAFE. Egghead Systems, founded in 1998, has been serving Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and the Philippines by designing and executing strategies to address complex IT and security challenges. "The market for security solutions in this region continues to grow." explains Glenn Jao, President and CEO for ESNI, "Increased interest in compliance requirements involving logging, event management and reporting is contributing to this growth." ESNI is a VAR and distributor of other high profile security products and are recommending Intellitactics SAFE LP to their clients, the top 100 corporations in the region. "We have reviewed several competitive products and find that the capabilities of SAFE exceed those of other products, but most important, is that Intellitactics SAFE is easy to implement.

ESNI differentiates itself by recruiting and hiring the most experienced technical and management personnel in the region. "We're not in the business of just selling product. We want our customers to be successful with the products we recommend. Proving compliance can be expensive and disruptive if it isn't done right. By combining our expertise with the Intellitactics SAFE appliance we can offer a powerful solution to our customers," said Jao. "Once we evaluated SAFE, we could easily assess how much better this solution was compared to the product we previously represented."

Brent Davidson, Director of International Sales for Intellitactics, describes ESNI: "This is a partner who is energetic, competent and a trusted partner to the types of companies typically attracted to the quality of Intellitactics products. We will be working with them to ensure their success in the Pacific Rim."

About ESNI Egghead Systems & Networks, Inc. (ESNI), founded in 1998, is a leading security solutions provider that designs and executes strategies to address our clients' complex information security challenges. We help organization improve compliance and secure infrastructure. ESNI has developed four specialized practice groups to reflect key areas of concern in the information security space - Assessment, Compliance, Wireless and Security Technologies. This approach enables ESNI to provide assistance in every specialized field with highly experienced and extensively trained resources. Our success is driven by customers who trust us to be their partner in security, supporting our customers' business objectives by delivering the best value in security solutions which conform to our clients' business environment. Visit us at www.eggheadsystems.com

About Intellitactics, Inc. Headquartered in Reston, VA, Intellitactics provides a suite of complementary security incident and event management (SIEM) products for organizations of all sizes. Well-known as the provider of Intellitactics Security Manager, the optimal enterprise security management solution, to the largest organizations in the world, Intellitactics has expanded its product leadership with a line of security management appliances, Intellitactics SAFE. The combination of the appliances and software products underscores Intellitactics product leadership in providing solutions for log management, compliance, threat management and incident response to every organization regardless of size or purchasing power. By combining any of the products of the suite, global organizations can effectively distribute SIEM capabilities outside headquarters. Intellitactics was awarded Common Criteria Certification in December 2004, making it the first software provider to earn this certification as a security information and event management solution. Founded in 1996, Intellitactics is backed by JMI Equity Fund LP and Lazard Technology Partners and is ranked by well-known industry analysts as a market leader known for product development, delivery and thought leadership. Visit us at www.intellitactics.com. ### ________________________________ Media Contacts: Intellitactics Pamela Casale [email protected] 703 819 5658

Egghead Systems & Networks Inc. [email protected] +632 7227203

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