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Fidelis DLP Solution Takes Advantage Of Virtualization

Rolls out Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System on VMware-based virtual appliances

WALTHAM, MA & BETHESDA, MD " February 16, 2010 " Fidelis Security Systems, the leader in comprehensive information protection solutions for the prevention of data leakage and cyber attacks, today announced the availability of its flagship solution, the Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System' (Fidelis XPS), on VMware-based virtual appliances.

Fidelis XPS is the first network security solution focused on the prevention of data breaches—through either the insider threat or malicious outsider—to be available in a virtual form factor as well as a traditional network appliance. Fidelis XPS virtual appliances enable users to "virtualize" their data leakage prevention (DLP) implementations for increased operational efficiencies such as cost-savings and scalability. Organizations can use Fidelis XPS virtual appliances to:

* Use virtual infrastructure to monitor network traffic to detect and prevent data breaches; * Integrate network DLP capabilities into virtualized data center infrastructures; * Deploy network DLP solutions on standardized, scalable hardware platforms.

"Fidelis XPS is again leading the industry by giving enterprises the technological innovation they need to protect their most valued information from the damage of data leakage or cyber attacks," said Peter George, President and CEO, Fidelis Security Systems. "We are pleased to be able to add virtual appliances as an option for our customers, further enhancing our products ability to provide the quickest time-to-value benefit in the industry."

The Fidelis XPS family of products available on VM-ware based virtual appliances include Fidelis XPS Direct, Fidelis XPS Proxy, Fidelis XPS Mail, and the Fidelis XPS CommandPost management console.

About Fidelis Security Systems Since 2002, Fidelis Security Systems has given global enterprises the power to prevent data leakage while solving their biggest data leakage challenges—safeguarding intellectual property and identity information, complying with government and industry privacy regulations, and enabling visibility into and control over their networks. Built on a patented deep session inspection platform, the Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System', Fidelis XPS, is the industry's only next-generation data leakage prevention solution with the power to deliver comprehensive prevention, complete control, and the lowest total cost-of-ownership to stop data leakage on multi-gigabit-speed networks. To learn more about why organizations choose Fidelis XPS to protect their brand, intellectual property, and resources, visit www.fidelissecurity.com.

John Jordan

Principor Communications

(202) 595-9008 x63 (office)

(202) 369-8181(mobile)

[email protected]

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