Security Solutions Discussed by Industry Leaders in Interviews

Stanley Security Solutions, Gemalto, Wave Systems, ICOP, CyberDefender

RYE BROOK, NY--(Marketwire - November 18, 2010) - "There is a global trend toward increasing identity security in both the physical and virtual worlds. On the leading edge of this trend is the move to embedded microprocessor chip technology in identity credentials, documents and tokens to secure online transactions, protect identities and ensure the access control of information systems. At Gemalto, we address these opportunities in our Security Business Unit, and I am charged with managing our security activity in North America for Online Banking and Online Authentication." These are among the observations discussed by Mr. Thomas Flynn, Vice-President, Online Banking and Authentication, Gemalto North America., (PARIS: GTO) (ISIN Code: NL0000400653).

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"We manage a broad portfolio of products and services with several well-known and respected brands like Stanley, Best, Safemasters, K2, Precision, Sargent & Greenleaf, Kwikset, Weiser, Baldwin , Price Pfister, and National Hardware. In addition, we work closely with Stanley Healthcare and Convergent Security Solutions teams to offer integrated access control and monitoring solutions." These are among the insights discussed with Mr. Mike Molezzi, Vice President - Product Development, Stanley Security Solutions - Mechanical Access ( (NYSE: SWK).

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Wave Systems recently announced that Q3 revenues rose 38% to $6.7 million driven by software license activity.

Steven Sprague, President and CEO of Wave Systems, commented, "Q3 was very important for Wave as we achieved another successive period of top-line growth, while continuing to invest heavily in R&D and SG&A to bring new products to market, to support our OEM partners and to further expand our sales and marketing activities. Ongoing investment in R&D is a critical component of Wave's corporate strategy and is necessary for meeting both customer demand and maintaining a competitive advantage. We believe these investments will further our initiatives in the long run, an example being last week's launch of Wave for BitLocker® Management. Wave's BitLocker management solution is intended to leverage the enterprise adoption of Windows 7 and the renewed interest in Microsoft's native encryption feature that is included in most enterprise versions of Windows 7.

"We've also included BitLocker management capabilities into the latest edition of our flagship EMBASSY® Remote Administration Server as well, giving enterprises the ability to manage encryption or authentication in one easy-to-use, cost-effective package. Wave is the only ISV to offer management for all three of the leading forms of encryption, be it BitLocker, self-encrypting hard drives or software FDE for legacy systems, in addition to Trusted Platform Modules. In today's increasingly complex environment, where we believe many enterprises are looking to adopt a 'blended' approach to encryption and authentication, we think this distinction provides a competitive advantage."

For more information about Wave Systems: (NASDAQ: WAVX)
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ICOP Digital recently announced two important "wins" including:

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Mr. Gary Guseinov, CEO/Chairman of the Board, CyberDefender, told us, "The market is driven by an increasing complexity in devices, their interconnection, and the increasing sophistication of home networks. This is compounded by a global environment of increased threats, including spam, phishing attacks, scams, and identity theft... these threats are at all time highs today and growing.

"Additionally, in a challenged economy, many consumers need to get a little more mileage out of their older computers in order to stretch their dollar, so products that increase speed and efficiency are in high demand. Most security companies offer do-it-yourself 'DIY' packaged software to address these issues and lack a white glove complementary service, which many consumers simply require in order to install and use software properly.

"According to the Parks Associates 2009 Report, the network-based premium-level remote technical support market is projected to more than double to $1.7 billion annually by 2014. We believe the total market numbers for this service, including SMB (small and midsized businesses) could be significantly larger. Our remote technical support service is growing very quickly, and this represents an incredibly exciting opportunity for the company."

For more information about CyberDefender: (NASDAQ: CYDE)
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