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nCircle announces New Partnership With Kyocera Communication Systems

KCCS will distribute a fully localized version of nCircle PureCloud

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- March 14, 2013 -- nCircle, the leader in information risk and security performance management solutions, today announced a new partnership with Kyocera Communication Systems Co., Ltd (KCCS), a leading provider of IT technology solutions. Under the agreement, KCCS will distribute a fully localized version of nCircle PureCloud&trade that allows users to dynamically change languages from English to Kanji.

"nCircle IP360 is a leading enterprise network vulnerability solution that has developed an excellent reputation in Japan, and we believe nCircle's new cloud-based service based on IP360 will meet the needs of our customers," said Kenichi Matsuki, managing director and senior general manager of ICT sector for KCCS. "Our partnership with nCircle will contribute to improving information security in Japan and China, and we have plans to expand our business in Singapore."

nCircle PureCloud is a patented cloud-based security services platform that requires no hardware or software to be installed or managed. nCircle PureCloud dramatically reduces the cost and complexity of a wide range of security services -- including vulnerability scanning, PCI scanning and web application scanning -- making these practices easily accessible to businesses of every size.

Key features of nCircle PureCloud include:

Unparalleled simplicity, enabling users with no previous security experience to set up and operate the service

Ideal for government offices and enterprises with distributed and remote locations as well as small and medium sized businesses

Comprehensive coverage of over 78,000 security conditions, including application and operating system vulnerabilities, web application vulnerabilities and configurations

Integrated web application scanning enables customers to detect and prioritize critical web application risks within the context of overall IT risk

Costs less than half of comparable tools

"KCCS has extensive cyber security expertise and a large market presence," said Gus Malezis, vice president of sales for nCircle. "We are honored that KCCS selected the rich functionality of nCircle PureCloud as the centerpiece of their cloud strategy in China, Singapore and Japan. They are ideally positioned to take advantage of this rapidly growing $25.9B market."

About nCircle

nCircle is the leading provider of information risk and security performance management solutions to more than 6,500 businesses and government agencies worldwide. nCircle solutions enable enterprises of all sizes to (1) automate compliance and reduce risk, and (2) measure and compare the performance of their IT security program with their own goals and industry peers. nCircle solutions may be deployed on a customer's premises, as a cloud-based service, or in combination, for maximum flexibility and value.

nCircle has won numerous awards for growth, innovation, customer satisfaction and technology leadership and has been ranked among the top 100 best places to work in the San Francisco Bay Area. nCircle is headquartered in San Francisco, CA, with regional offices throughout the United States and in London and Toronto. To learn how you can more effectively protect your company visit us at http://www.ncircle.com.

 

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