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V-Key Hires Two Top-Tier Executives

Richard Trovato and Matt Rose have joined the company as Senior Vice President Sales and Vice President of Mobile Solutions, respectively

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--V-Key Inc., pioneer and inventor of mobile application intrusion protection and intelligence today announced that Richard Trovato and Matt Rose have joined the Company as Senior Vice President Sales and Vice President of Mobile Solutions, respectively. The new appointments of Trovato and Rose are timely as V-Key makes a RSA Conference splash in San Francisco this week (February 26-March 1) and kicks off its rapid growth for 2013.

"Adding results-oriented, top-tier executives like Richard and Matt will help us meet worldwide demand for better mobile device security," said Benjamin Mah, CEO, V-Key. "They both bring a wealth of experience and strategic vision to our leadership team. Their proven track records in this advanced mobile security market will deliver value as our company continues to execute against its goals."

Trovato brings two decades of experience in software to V-Key. Before joining V-Key, Trovato was Vice President, Worldwide Field Operations for Fortify Software and was a major contributor to the success and growth from a start up company to application security market leader. He has lead sales teams in many startups that were later bought by big name companies such as Hewlett-Packard or went IPO.

"I feel strongly that I have joined a company that has a top-notch team, innovative technology and a worldwide marketplace in much need of its unique security solution," said Trovato.

Rose brings 14 years of experience ensuring organizations applications are secure. He has held technical leadership roles at high-growth companies, Fortify Software, Plumtree Software and Highground Software who were all successfully acquired by industry leaders such as Hewlett-Packard, BEA and Sun Microsystems.

"Securing applications for companies has been the cornerstone of my career so when I learned how V-Key approached securing mobile apps I knew it was the place for me," said Rose, "I am honored to become part of this amazing company."

About: V-Key focuses on mobile application threat research, protection, and intelligence solutions. V-Key researches into the latest mobile threats and delivers advanced protections to meet the evolving mobile application threat landscape, powered by its patent pending V-OS secure mobile middleware and V-Guard suite of products. For more information, please visit www.v-key.com.

- See more at: http://www.rsaconference.com/events/2013/usa/for-media/sponsor-news.htm#sthash.vA2SE0GB.dpuf

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