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Voltage Security Provides Insurance Company RLI With Voltage SecureData

Customer chooses Voltage SecureData to protect critical customer data without costly system changes

Palo Alto, California-January 6, 2009-Voltage Security, a global leader in information encryption, today announced that RLI, a leading specialty insurance company, will use breakthrough security technology from Voltage to protect critical customer information. Voltage SecureData(tm), based on Format-Preserving Encryption(tm), will protect personally identifiable information (PII) as it is received from business partners and stored at RLI.

"At RLI we take data security very seriously. Our goal is to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers and business partners when it comes to securing data stored within our databases," said Bruce Peifer, information security analyst at RLI.

Sathvik Krishnamurthy, president and CEO of Voltage Security, Inc., said, "Voltage SecureData provides an extremely compelling value proposition because we protect the information in your database with minimal changes to the underlying legacy database. This means our customers can implement protection dramatically faster and with much lower expenses than other options. This is another example of information protection that just works, from Voltage."

RLI's Peifer added, "We needed a solution that protects information securely and can be deployed rapidly -- with as little impact as possible to the existing environment. We started talking to Voltage, did a competitive evaluation and were up and running within six weeks."

About Voltage SecureData

Organizations today have significant pressures to safeguard their customer's most sensitive data. Voltage SecureData enables companies to simply and rapidly protect the data itself, without the need for major changes to their applications, databases or business processes. Based on a revolutionary technology called Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE), Voltage SecureData encrypts data in databases and applications while retaining the format of the original structured information.

* Helps prevent identity theft and other data breaches of sensitive data.

* Provides the fastest way to PCI and data privacy compliance e.g. for new state encryption laws.

* Reduces security risks with outsourced environments.

* Enables developer access to production data.

About RLI RLI is a specialty insurance company serving "niche" or underserved markets. Its proven, superior underwriting model creates the flexibility to write unique coverages in a wide array of diverse industries. RLI's subsidiaries - RLI Insurance Company, Mt. Hawley Insurance Company and RLI Indemnity Company - are rated A+ "Superior" by A.M. Best Company and A+ "Strong" by Standard & Poor's. RLI operates in all 50 states from office locations across the country. For more information, please visit www.rlicorp.com.

About Voltage Security Voltage Security, Inc., an enterprise security company, is the global leader in information encryption. Voltage solutions, based on next generation cryptography, provide encryption that just works for protecting valuable, regulated and sensitive information persistently and based on policy. Voltage delivers power, simplicity and the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry through the use of award-winning Voltage Identity-Based Encryption(tm) (IBE) and a new breakthrough innovation: Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE). Voltage Security offerings include Voltage SecureMail(tm), Voltage SecureData(tm) and the Voltage Security Network(tm) (VSN), an on-demand managed service for the extended business network. Voltage Security is the number one OEM provider of email encryption technology in the world with OEMs that include Microsoft, Proofpoint, Secure Computing, Sendmail, Canon, Code Green Networks and NTT Communications. The Company has been issued several patents based upon breakthrough research in mathematics and cryptographic systems. Customers include Global 1000 companies in banking, retail, insurance, energy, healthcare and government, such as American Board of Family Medicine, Diebold, Integro Insurance Brokers, NTT Communications, SafeAuto Insurance, Winterthur Life UK Ltd. and XL Global Services. For more information please visit http://www.voltage.com.

Voltage Identity-Based Encryption, Voltage Format-Preserving Encryption, Voltage SecureMail, Voltage SecureFile, Voltage SecureData and the Voltage Security Network (VSN), are registered trademarks of Voltage Security, Inc. all other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Media Contact: Paula Dunne Contos Dunne Communications +1 408-776-1400 (o) +1 408-893-8750 (m) [email protected]

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