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NetWitness(R) and Mnemonic Partner to Offer Next Generation Network Security Monitoring in Nordic Region

Leading IT Security Provider will Resell NetWitness' Comprehensive Network Visibility Solutions to Address Advanced Persistent Threats

HERNDON, Va., July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- NetWitness Corporation, the leading provider of next generation network monitoring and threat analysis solutions, today announced it is expanding its global reseller network by signing an authorized reseller agreement with Mnemonic, a leading information and IT service provider in the Nordic region. This strategic partnership will expand NetWitness' global reach and provide multinational enterprises with comprehensive network security monitoring and increased visibility into advanced threats.

"With new forms of malware, data theft, and fraud from insider threats making headlines every day, our customers are concerned that their traditional security defenses are just not capable of providing adequate protection," said Jorn Tore Hov, Vice President at Mnemonic. "NetWitness provides the needed layers of application and context understanding that was previously unavailable in the market. Our partnership with NetWitness will fill the security void and offer our customers peace of mind that they are prepared to address today's complex security challenges."

Founded in 2000, Mnemonic is Norway's largest specialized information and IT security services company which delivers managed security services, advisory, security policy, risk management, audit and implementation of security solutions from a wide range of vendors. Specifically, Mnemonic will provide NetWitness NextGen(TM) and NetWitness InSight(TM) to its large base of financial institutions and government customers. It plans to integrate NetWitness' monitoring solutions into its 24x7 managed security services offering.

"We are very excited about this new partnership with Mnemonic, one of the most trusted IT security providers in the Nordic region," said Chris Brown, Manager, Partner Development EMEA for NetWitness. "We were particularly impressed with Mnemonic's IT security expertise, commitment and customer support capabilities. The addition of Mnemonic as our Nordic channel partner will not only enable us to expand our global footprint but also will provide organizations in their territory with powerful technologies that will change the way they monitor and secure their networks for the foreseeable future."

About Mnemonic

Mnemonic is one of the leading information and IT-security service companies in the Nordic region. Since the company was founded in 2000, it has achieved solid market share and today is the largest specialized information and IT-security services company in the Nordic region. From the beginning, the goal has been to support the largest and most important companies from both the public and private sector. Mnemonic is headquartered in Oslo, Norway. More information is available at www.mnemonic.no.

About NetWitness Corporation

NetWitness(R) Corporation provides patented and award winning, next generation security solutions that help government and private organizations discover, prioritize and remediate complex IT risks. Users of NetWitness NextGen(TM) and InSight(TM) solutions concurrently solve a wide variety of information security problems including: advanced persistent threat management; sensitive data discovery and advanced data leakage detection; malware activity discovery; insider threat management; policy and controls verification and e-discovery. Originally developed for the US Intelligence Community, NetWitness has evolved to provide enterprises around the world with breakthrough methods of network content analysis and host-based risk discovery and prioritization. NetWitness customers include Defense, National Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies, Top US and European Banks, Critical Infrastructure, and Global 1000 organizations. NetWitness has offices in the U.S. and the U.K. and partners throughout North and South America Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

To download the freeware version of NetWitness Investigator, visit http://download.netwitness.com. For more information about securing your entire organization with NetWitness NextGen(TM), contact: [email protected]. Twitter handle: NetWitness

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