POINTSEC PARTNERS WITH INTEGRALIS TO EXPAND EUROPEAN MARKET PRESENCE

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Pointsec Mobile Technologies, a global leader and the provider of the de facto standard for enterprise security software for laptop and desktop PCs, PDAs and smartphones, today announces a significant new partnership agreement with security systems integrator Integralis. The partnership will allow Integralis to include Pointsec's mobile data encryption products within its portfolio of best-of-breed security solutions and give Pointsec the opportunity to develop its European market presence via Integralis' extensive network of European customers.

Peter Larsson, CEO of Pointsec Mobile Technologies said: "Integralis implements more security projects amongst large corporations than any other security systems integrator across Europe and has an unrivalled reputation for partner support. The company's expertise and team of highly skilled consultants gives us enormous confidence and fits with our strategy to work with only the very best as we expand our presence across Europe."

Pointsec protects more desktop and portable computing platforms than any other mobile data protection vendor, and will continue this trend by offering Pointsec's full product range through Integralis, Europe's largest security systems integrator and the trusted security partner for large corporations the world over.

"Corporate customers are increasingly recognising the importance of securing mobile devices and we are delighted to be able to integrate Pointsec's robust enterprise encryption products within our own portfolio and enhance our mobile security service offering," says Mark Silver, CEO of Articon-Integralis.

Pointsec is renowned for providing enterprises with comprehensive access control and encryption solutions for laptops, desktops, PDAs and smartphones and works on all common operating systems. Pointsec have designed their security to be robust, non-intrusive, quick and seamless, ensuring that intellectual property stored on any kind of portable computing device remains private and secure.

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