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TriGeo Network Security Executives to Present at Interop New York 2008

September 8, 2008

Two executives from TriGeo Network Security will share best practices for network, device and data security at Interop New York 2008, taking place September 15-19 at The Javits Center. President and CEO Michelle Dickman and CTO Michael Maloof will showcase the value of security information and event management (SIEM) to protect endpoints and network infrastructure from both external hackers and trusted insiders.

Dickman, who has more than 20 years of experience in software and financial services, helps hundreds of midmarket banks, credit unions, retailers and government organizations develop and implement security strategies to proactively protect their networks and maximize the value of security and compliance solutions.

Her presentation will address how SIEM gives organizations control of their networks and the ability to demonstrate regulatory compliance to industry auditors. Attendees will learn how real-time correlation of network events automates response to emerging attacks and insider abuse and misuse. Dickman will demonstrate how to stop attacks, such as malicious code, policy violations, inappropriate Web browsing and unauthorized USB device usage — an especially relevant attack in light of the Countrywide insider arrested earlier this month for stealing about two million customer records through a USB drive.

WHO: Michelle Dickman, president and CEO, TriGeo Network Security

WHAT: “Forensics are Not Enough! Case Studies in Proactive Network Defense Using Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Technology”

WHEN: Wednesday, September 17th, 2:30 – 3:15 p.m.

WHERE: Interop New York; The Javits Center, Free Education Room #2

Maloof has more than 25 years in technology research, design and development, and is the co-inventor of TriGeo’s patented event correlation approach. Author of the TriGeoSphere blog, Maloof leads TriGeo’s team of engineers and researchers who analyze network and user actions in real-time, giving midmarket IT departments new capabilities to instantly identify and stop unauthorized network activities.

Maloof will participate in a panel discussion on attacks targeting endpoints and network infrastructure. The panel, moderated by a Forrester analyst and also comprised of executives from McAfee, Symantec and Sophos, will highlight how to choose endpoint security tools and protect networks from spyware, Trojan horse applications, keystroke loggers and other malicious software installed without users’ and organizations’ knowledge.

WHO: Michael Maloof, CTO, TriGeo Network Security

WHAT: “What About the Endpoint? A Discussion of Endpoint Security Concepts and Trends.” Panel discussion moderated by Khalid Kark, principal analyst at Forrester Research. Other panelists: Dave Marcus, director of security research and communications, McAfee Avert Labs; Jim Waggoner, senior principal product manager, Endpoint Security Group, Symantec; Mark Harris, global director, SophosLabs, Sophos.

WHEN: Wednesday, September 17th, 2:45 – 3:45 p.m.

WHERE: Interop New York; The Javits Center, Room 1E10

TriGeo was the first SIEM company to identify and answer the security and compliance needs of midmarket organizations. Its Security Information Manager (SIM) is tailored for networks with 50 to 5,000 devices and is the industry’s only real-time SIEM solution that automatically identifies, notifies and responds to network attacks, suspicious behavior and policy violations — including unauthorized USB device use — as they happen. The solution comes stocked with more than 600 network monitoring rules and 240 pre-built reports for compliance and network analysis, with prices starting below $20,000. TriGeo has hundreds of customers across education, financial services, health care, government, utility, retail and media/entertainment.

About TriGeo Network Security

TriGeo Network Security delivers enterprise security information and event management (SIEM) designed specifically for the needs of the midmarket. TriGeo SIM is the only real-time SIEM appliance that automatically identifies and responds to network attacks, suspicious behavior and policy violations. This award-winning product combines real-time log management, event correlation, USB detection and prevention with powerful active response technology. TriGeo SIM is both a unique network defense technology and an “Audit-Proven” compliance solution that meets the security monitoring and log management requirements imposed by PCI, GLBA, NCUA, FDIC, HIPAA, SOX and more.

TriGeo has hundreds of customers across key vertical markets including financial services, health care, government, utility, retail and media/entertainment. TriGeo SIM has won numerous awards including the 2007 and 2008 SC Magazine Reader Trust Award, 2007 Frost & Sullivan North American Technology Innovation of the Year Award, the Bank Technology News #1 ranking in the 2008 FutureNow List, and the SC Magazine Best Buy of 2006 award for Event Management. The Company is a member of the PCI Security Standards Council and PCI Security Vendor Alliance and is represented by partners worldwide.

For additional information about TriGeo and its products, services and partners, please contact TriGeo at 1 (866) 664-9292 or at www.TriGeo.com, and visit the TriGeoSphere blog at http://blog.TriGeo.com.

About Interop(R)

Interop(R) drives the adoption of technology, providing knowledge and insight to help IT and corporate decision-makers achieve business success. Part of TechWeb’s family of global brands, Interop is the leading business technology event series. Through in-depth educational programs, workshops, real-world demonstrations and live technology implementations in its unique InteropNet and InteropLabs programs, Interop provides the forum for the most powerful innovations and solutions the industry has to offer. For more information about these events visit www.interop.com.

 Media Contact: Dan Brennan Corporate Ink Public Relations (617) 969-9192 Email Contact

SOURCE: TriGeo Network Security, Inc.




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