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Info Security Products Guide Names Fidelis XPS(TM) Winner of the 2008 Global Excellence Awards for Content Security Solution and Security Solution for Government

Fidelis XPS(TM) Continues to Gain the Highest Trust of Customers Worldwide

BETHESDA, Md., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Fidelis Security Systems, the authority on extrusion prevention, announced today that Info Security Products Guide, a Silicon Valley Communications publication and the world's leading publication on security-related products and technologies, has named the Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System(R), Fidelis XPS(TM), a winner in two award categories, the Global Product Excellence Customer Trust Award for Content Security Solution and the Global Product Excellence Customer Trust Award for Security Solution for Government. More than 18,000 end-users, prospective customers, and readers were invited to vote for the products that they trust the most when it comes to protecting their digital resources.

For two consecutive years, Fidelis XPS has been chosen as a Global Excellence Award recipient and was recently awarded the Best Overall Product of 2007 by Government Computer News. Fidelis XPS continues to be the only solution able to identify and stop data leakage in real time across all channels on all ports, even on gigabit-speed networks by identifying privacy- sensitive information using a detailed rules-based approach eliminating the need for time-consuming data registration that is difficult to maintain. Organizations gain unprecedented control as they are able to set up sophisticated policies regarding use of content and the network. Fidelis XPS is a network appliance that addresses the problem of data leakage without unnecessarily interrupting services. It fits into the existing IT infrastructure, requiring no configuration changes to network devices, servers or desktops.

"It's time for technology companies to focus on innovation and growth now," says Rake Narang, Editor-in-Chief of Info Security Products Guide. "Product innovation and customer trust are key to trouncing global economy uncertainties in 2008. We are pleased to honor Fidelis XPS as a winner for 2008 and all the finalists who participated."

"Info Security Products Guide's recognition of Fidelis XPS confirms that our product is designed for -- and exceeds -- the highest demands of customers worldwide who require the ability to prevent data leakage on today's high performance enterprise networks across all ports and protocols," said Timothy Sullivan, CEO of Fidelis Security Systems, Inc. "We have spent the last seven years designing a product that would answer the call to stop data leakage. We appreciate the support from customers who are satisfied with our award-winning product and have supported Fidelis XPS by allowing us to win this award for two consecutive years."

About Info Security Products Guide Awards

Info Security Products Guide, published by Silicon Valley Communications, plays a vital role in keeping end-users informed of the choices they can make when it comes to protecting their digital resources. It is written expressly for those who are adamant on staying informed of security threats and the preventive measure they can take. You will discover a wealth of information in this guide including tomorrow's technology today, best deployment scenarios, people and technologies shaping info security and independent product evaluations that facilitate in making the most pertinent security decisions. The Info Security Products Guide Awards recognize and honor excellence in all areas of information security. To learn more, visit http://www.infosecurityproductsguide.com/ and stay secured.

About Fidelis Security Systems

Since 2002, Fidelis Security Systems has been committed to giving organizations the power to protect their brand, intellectual property and resources by stopping data leakage. Based on patent-pending technology, the Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System(R), or Fidelis XPS, is the only system able to identify and stop data leaks before they occur. Organizations choose Fidelis XPS to solve their biggest data leakage challenges -- protecting intellectual property and identity information, assuring compliance with government and industry privacy regulations, and managing insider use of the internet. To learn more about Fidelis XPS, the industry's only Extrusion Prevention System that delivers comprehensive control, the fastest performance, and lowest total cost of ownership, visit http://www.fidelissecurity.com/.

Fidelis Security Systems

CONTACT: John Jordan, +1-202-595-9008, ext. 63, [email protected],
for Fidelis Security Systems

Web site: http://www.fidelissecurity.com/

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