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Satisnet To Resell LockPath's GRC & IT Security Solutions In EMEA

Satisnet provides security information and event management (SIEM) solutions

OVERLAND PARK, KS--(Nov 25, 2013) - LockPath, a provider of innovative governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with Satisnet, a leading international IT security reseller based out of London. Under the agreement, Satisnet will make LockPath's solutions available to organizations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

"Satisnet has established itself as a reputable provider of IT security services in the European market, and we're thrilled to announce this partnership," said Chris Caldwell, CEO of LockPath. "Working with Satisnet will allow us to help even more customers achieve a comprehensive view of their security risk and GRC posture, enabling them to make decisions quickly and proactively."

Satisnet provides security information and event management (SIEM) solutions that help organizations assess their security risk posture, focusing on technologies such as vulnerability patch management, SIEM, advanced threat analysis, incident response, and GRC. By integrating solutions with customers' existing solution stacks, the company helps lower costs and negate the expense of managing point solutions.

Satisnet has seen significant growth since its inception as an IT security integrator in 2004, establishing a strong professional reputation across multiple market sectors including local government, FTSE 250, and financial and charitable organizations. The reseller is currently evolving its Risk & SIEM practice, and in the next phase, will tie SIEM information to business application data and big data with the help of LockPath's Keylight GRC platform.

"Satisnet has established high-level partnerships since its founding, and we're excited to continue this tradition through our partnership with LockPath," said John McCann, managing director of Satisnet. "Through LockPath's Keylight platform, we can provide customers even stronger transparency needed to assess and respond to enterprise security threats."

This agreement builds on LockPath's existing relationships with resellers and partners such as FishNet, Accuvant, BT, and Secure Digital Solutions. To learn more, please visit http://lockpath.com/partners/.

About Satisnet

Founded in 2001, Satisnet Ltd is a leading UK IT security reseller dedicated to providing the highest level of customer care and technical support. At Satisnet we work closely with our customers to streamline patch management, improve web optimization, develop log and event management and achieve PCI compliance. Our portfolio of products and services has been developed with what we believe to be the best solutions to solve your web, email, infrastructure, security, compliance, vulnerability and network or virtualization issues. With our dynamic approach to IT security we are able to offer our customers a solution set that we know will be ideally suited to their environment.

About LockPath

LockPath brings a flexible, pragmatic approach to governance, risk management, compliance and security programs. Its solutions help organizations gain a deeper understanding of their security and risk posture while reducing their audit fatigue by aligning people with their processes and the enabling technology. LockPath provides the platform to efficiently manage and harvest meaningful data from GRC activities, including regulatory compliance, policy life cycle, information security risk data, incidents, disaster recovery plans, third party assessments and internal audits. LockPath is headquartered in Kansas City. Visit LockPath.com to learn more.

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