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Intellitactics, Open Technologies Partner To Manage Compliance, Reduce Risk In The Russian Market

Open Technologies will sell and provide services for the entire portfolio of Intellitactics products

Reston, Virginia and Moscow, Russia, January 21, 2009-Intellitactics, a leader in enterprise security and compliance management solutions, and Open Technologies, a leading Russian IT company providing full cycle system integration services, today announced a business partnership where Open Technologies will sell and provide services for the entire portfolio of Intellitactics products: Intellitactics Security Manager, Intellitactics SAFE, Intellitactics SAM and Advanced Analytics. Open Technologies provides full lifecycle system integration services: design, develop and support of integrated information systems to all types of enterprises like the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, Gazprom, SABMiller, Alcatel, and Motorola.

Open Technologies, founded in 1994, has a reputation for helping their customers achieve their business goals through information technologies. Serving medium sized as well as large enterprises Open Technologies offers a breadth of solutions from IT audit to business process analysis and consulting. Svetlana Nikishina, Open Technologies Information Security Product Manager, explains the company's commitment to their customers: "Open Technologies and their 500 employees is a trusted partner known for helping customers select the optimum solutions and then guiding them through implementation and supporting them over the long term." According to Open Technologies the Russian market for information security is growing each year. The main driver is regulatory compliance.

Nikishina describes the process for selecting the Intellitactics products for their portfolio: "Our specialists analyzed and tested the Intellitactics SIEM products. They concluded that the Intellitactics products excel in their ability to adapt to enterprise security management processes. This is a critical success factor in this market and our customers want a solution that can be implemented to meet their unique needs." Open Technologies represents a number of world class solutions in the areas of data storage, server complexes, enterprise applications, networks, telecommunications and information security solutions from companies like Cisco and Oracle.

Brent Davidson, Director of International Sales for Intellitactics explains the value of the Open Technologies partnership: "This is a company with expert knowledge of the most demanding and influential customers in this region. They are trusted by their partners and their customers to find and bring to them the best products. Their success is based on providing the implementation services to accelerate time to value. This is the premise of Intellitactics' success as well. Their selection of Intellitactics is an important endorsement in this region."

About Open Technologies Open Technologies is one of the leading companies of the Russian integration services market. The company was established in 1994. The company activity is directed on providing customers with optimum solutions for their business tasks and helping them achieve success through the use of information technologies. The company offers a wide spectrum of services and solutions for large and medium-sized enterprises in various sectors of the economy - from IT audit, business processes analysis and consulting, to choosing the optimum solution, its implementation and support. Visit us at http://www.ot.ru/eng.html

About Intellitactics, Inc. Headquartered in Reston, VA, Intellitactics provides a suite of complementary security incident and event management (SIEM) products for organizations of all sizes. Well-known as the provider of Intellitactics Security Manager, the optimal enterprise security management solution, to the largest organizations in the world, Intellitactics has expanded its product leadership with a line of security management appliances, Intellitactics SAFE. The combination of the appliances and software products underscores Intellitactics product leadership in providing solutions for log management, compliance, threat management and incident response to every organization regardless of size or purchasing power. By combining any of the products of the suite, global organizations can effectively distribute SIEM capabilities outside headquarters. Intellitactics was awarded Common Criteria Certification in December 2004, making it the first software provider to earn this certification as a security information and event management solution. Founded in 1996, Intellitactics is backed by JMI Equity Fund LP and Lazard Technology Partners and is ranked by well-known industry analysts as a market leader known for product development, delivery and thought leadership. Visit us at www.intellitactics.com.

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