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IBM Promotes WSC

IBM promotes Wireless Security's WSC Guard software that aims to help companies maintain a self-defended wireless network

December 1, 2004

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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Wireless Security Corporation (WSC), a leading provider of Wi-Fi security solutions, today announced that IBM, the world’s largest information technology company, is promoting a unique wireless security solution that helps companies maintain a self-defended wireless network. The solution leverages the latest WPA authentication and encryption technology at a fraction of the cost and with fewer hassles than other wireless security solutions.

The solution, called WSC GuardSM, is patent-pending software that solves the critical wireless security issues facing small and medium-size businesses and home professionals. WSC Guard provides state-of-the-art wireless networking protection that is easy to install and operate.

Through its Small and Medium Business (SMB) advice center, IBM recommends WSC Guard as a solution for securing wireless PCs and networking equipment. The offer includes a 30-day risk-free trial. The new software uses the latest industry standards to help companies build trusted electronic solutions that protect vital data and ensure continuity of operations.

"Wireless Security Corporation’s relationship with IBM gives us the capability to reach and serve SMBs worldwide," said Wireless Security Corporation Chairman and Co-founder Dennis Rohan. "Customers value the high level of security provided by WSC Guard, as it helps protect their networks and company data from eavesdroppers and hackers. They further appreciate its ease of use, low cost and ongoing support.”

Wireless Security Corp.

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