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AlertBoot Extends Managed Encryption Service With 64-Bit Support For Windows 7 Users

Company upgrades encryption infrastructure with Sophos Safeguard 5.5 Enterprise

Las Vegas, NV -- May 17, 2010 -- AlertBoot, a leading provider of full disk encryption, today announced that it has enhanced its cloud-based data encryption service by upgrading to the Sophos Safeguard 5.5 Enterprise infrastructure. This update allows AlertBoot to increase its footprint in the full disk encryption market by providing 64-bit managed encryption support for all Windows 7 users, giving them a cost-effective, scalable solution for securing the sensitive data on their endpoints.

“By upgrading AlertBoot’s solutions to the latest version of Sophos Safeguard Enterprise, millions more Windows users will have additional flexibility in how they encrypt their organization’s laptops, desktops and USB drives,” said Tim Maliyil, CEO of AlertBoot. “Not only does this upgrade improve the performance and efficiency of AlertBoot’s easy-to-use, managed encryption service, the 64-bit Windows 7 support allows us to increase our presence in the market and address our mission of bringing encryption to the masses.”

Built on the leading Sophos Safeguard Enterprise encryption platform, AlertBoot’s solution provides organizations with powerful encryption services to protect all of their sensitive data, regardless of where it resides. By offering full disk encryption in the cloud, AlertBoot is allowing its customers to take the onus off of IT departments, and enabling end users to more securely protect their sensitive data, while simplifying and lowering total cost of ownership.

For additional information about AlertBoot and its cloud-based, managed encryption service, please

visit www.alertboot.com.

About AlertBoot

AlertBoot offers cloud-based full disk encryption, USB drive encryption and a comprehensive suite of disk security solutions as a centralized, managed service for companies of all sizes. By encrypting fixed and external hard disks and removable media, AlertBoot prevents unauthorized access to mobile and stationary endpoint devices. Headquartered in Las Vegas, AlertBoot offers a cost-effective, web-based secure full disk encryption service for organizations that want highly scalable, easy-to-deploy hard disk encryption and laptop data security. For more information about AlertBoot, follow @AlertBoot on Twitter or visit AlertBoot’s Facebook fan page.

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