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HBGary Digital DNA Interoperates With Guidance Software EnCase Enterprise Platform

Digital DNA flags malware and suspicious binaries

Sacramento, Calif, May 24, 2010, Today HBGary (http://www.hbgary.com), a leading provider of best-in-class enterprise threat detection solutions for government agencies and Fortune 500 organizations, announced Digital DNA™ , HBGary’s patent-pending core technology, for Guidance Software’s remote forensics solution, EnCase' Enterprise. HBGary plans to demo this integrated solution at the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference (CEIC) 2010 this week.

Without relying on the operating system which itself may be subverted, HBGary Digital DNA™ uses automated physical memory analysis to reveal all running software and their underlying behaviors to flag malware and suspicious binaries. Malware threats are automatically detected on endpoint nodes and displayed on the dashboard console. These malware behavioral traits provide quick threat metadata -- critical threat intelligence needed to protect today’s enterprise systems against advanced, unknown attacks. HBGary’s Digital DNA technology currently is being used by consulting firms, financial firms, government agencies, DoD, entertainment, high technology and pharmaceutical firms. “Guidance Software has a strong presence in the incident response space and we felt that it was a natural extension for our joint customers to be able to use Digital DNA on an enterprise basis leveraging the EnCase infrastructure. This integrated solutions allows a more thorough and deep incident response experience looking at ALL areas of the computer,” said Penny Leavy, President of HBGary, Inc. HBGary Participation at CEIC 2010 HBGary will demonstrate its Digital DNA technology at the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference (CEIC) from May 24th – May 27th at Booth #203 at the Red Rock Resort in Summerlin, Nevada. HBGary Chief Technology Officer Rich Cummings will present “Automated Reverse Engineering of Malware with HBGary Responder Pro and REcon” at the conference on Tuesday May 25th, 2010. He will also present, “Know Your Enemy - The Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Tactics Techniques and Countermeasures” on Wednesday May 26th, 2010. HBGary is a Silver Sponsor for the event.

For more information about the conference, visit www.ceicconference.com or follow the conference on Twitter @CEIC_Conf. If you’re not able to attend the show search Twitter by using this year’s #CEIC2010 hash tag. About EnCase' Enterprise Encase' Enterprise is the only remote forensics solution on the market proven to give organizations complete visibility into network endpoints in order to investigate allegations of fraud, malicious activity and HR matters. EnCase Enterprise allows the deepest level of visibility into laptops, desktops, file servers, print servers and email servers from a central location with no business disruption. In addition, EnCase Enterprise preserves its findings in a court-admissible and forensically sound manner. About Digital DNA Digital DNA, HBGary’s patent pending core technology, leverages technology funded by DHS and the AF and is offered in Enterprise editions and stand-alone subscription. Digital DNA is the first live memory and runtime analysis platform detect today’s advanced malware threats. HBGary’s technology enables customers to quickly and easily analyze memory and see all running programs executing and their intent and what they are accessing on your machine. Advanced detection technology is able to identify techniques used by cyber criminals and state sponsored threats. Once suspicious behaviors are found, the suspect binaries can be easily disassembled and debugged to identify their true intent and capabilities. About HBGary, Inc. HBGary, Inc. was founded in 2004 by renowned security expert Greg Hoglund. HBGary is focused on delivering best-in-class enterprise threat detection solutions to Fortune 500 financial, pharmaceutical and entertainment companies as well as Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and other U.S. government agencies to meet their unique cybersecurity challenges and requirements. HBGary is headquartered in Sacramento and has offices in Washington D.C. For more information on HBGary, please visit http://www.hbgary.com. Karen Burke HBGary 650-814-3764

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