Cirond, Network Utilities Team

Network security provider Cirond names Network Utilities as its UK partner

April 4, 2005

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Cirond Corporation, a global provider of network security solutions that protect wired and wireless networks against the rapidly growing threat arising from the deployment of unauthorized wireless devices, today announced that Network Utilities (Systems), a well-established UK supplier of enterprise network management and security software solutions, has been appointed as Cirond's UK Partner.

Senior executives from both companies will be present at the Wireless LAN Event, on the Network Utilities Stand, No. 807, at Olympia, London, April 20-21, 2005.

Announcing the appointment, Nicholas Miller, CEO of Cirond, explained that Network Utilities will play a vital role in the widespread adoption of the Company's products throughout the UK market. "We believe Network Utilities understands the growing network security threat represented by the unauthorized deployment of wireless networks and devices - and how Cirond's unique set of solutions can prevent businesses from losing valuable corporate data to hackers exploiting wireless security vulnerabilities," he added. "Network Utilities' long record of technical and commercial service should make a huge difference in our ability to quickly and effectively offer our network security solutions to UK businesses."

Michele Lewington, Managing Director of Network Utilities (Systems), said that Cirond's network security solutions are an ideal complement to Network Utilities' existing offerings. "We believe that all businesses - whether they have implemented wireless networks or not - need to have a solution to combat the wireless threat," she said. "Cirond's solutions can be used to secure everything from a single wireless-enabled laptop being used at hotspots to an entire managed, secure wireless corporate network."

Cirond Corp.

Network Utilities (Systems) Ltd.

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