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Guardian Digital Security Solutions Win Out At Real World Linux Print E-mail
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Features Enterprise Email and Small Business Solutions Impress at Linux Exposition. Internet and network security was a consistent theme and Guardian Digital was on hand with innovative solutions to the most common security issues. Attending to the growing concern for cost-effective security, Guardian Digital's enterprise and small business applications were stand-out successes. Real World Linux Expo, TORONTO, April 15, 2004 -- Guardian Digital, the premier open source security company, today announced that their enterprise solutions were the solutions of choice at the Real World Linux Exposition in Toronto Canada this past week. Internet and network security was a consistent theme and Guardian Digital was on hand with innovative solutions to the most common security issues. Attending to the growing concern for cost-effective security, Guardian Digital's enterprise and small business applications were stand-out successes. Exhibited by Canadian partner Symtrex, a leading provider of secure Internet and network solutions, Guardian Digital's comprehensive security and productivity applications proved to onlookers to incorporate the perfect balance of bulletproof security and robust functionality.

Seemingly in the market for more comprehensive multi-purpose solutions, many expo visitors commended Symtrex and Guardian Digital for offering enterprise-grade applications at a price suitable for small business budgets; leaving Guardian Digital solutions prevailing over many of the single-purpose applications exhibited. Visitors to the Symtrex booth reported that they were specifically impressed by the simplified management components, multi-layered security features, next generation spam and virus protection all available at a price point unmatched by other vendors.

"Incorporating Guardian Digital products into the show this year was a great decision for us. Internet Productivity Suite sparked the interests of price- conscious buyers, with its enterprise-grade security, powerful functionality and budget-friendly price while Secure Mail Suite was a favorite among buyers looking for the best way to protect from email borne viruses and effectively eliminate the influx of spam. Both solutions attracted much attention and received great feedback, furnishing us with many potential customers," said Darryl Conn, vice president of new business development for Symtrex.

Among small business and email solutions offered through Symtrex, visitors were also impressed by the complete portfolio of security and productivity solutions by Guardian Digital. "These solutions combined with the variety of master support services are particularly appealing because they allow organizations to truly build a complete Internet presence from one source with a convenient single point of contact for technical issues," continues Conn. "Through a joint effort with Symtrex, Guardian Digital is proud to be able to deliver our extensive portfolio of applications to the small businesses and large enterprises of Canada. It is through our partnership with our resellers and taking part in events such as this our company is able to exhibit what differentiates us from other Linux vendors. Our concentration on embedded security, ease of management, and quality customer care is what truly makes us unique and why we continuously gain the recommendation of resellers and existing customers," states Dave Wreski, CEO of Guardian Digital, Inc.

About Guardian Digital

Guardian Digital, the premier open source security company, offers the first secure, open source Internet infrastructure system. Based on Guardian Digital's operating system platform, EnGarde, the company provides enterprises with the software and services necessary for secure computing on the Internet. By leveraging the merits of the collaborative open source design model, coupled with the company's security and Internet expertise, Guardian Digital solutions maintain the highest degree of security and reliability. Founded in 1999, Guardian Digital is headquartered in Allendale, New Jersey. For additional information, please visit http://www.guardiandigital.com or call 1-866-GD- LINUX.

About Symtrex

Founded in 1988, Symtrex Inc. is a leading provider of corporate security solutions headquartered in Toronto Canada. Symtrex offers a wide array of security products and services ranging from vulnerability assessment, firewall, VPNs, secured email, secured web hosting, intrusion detection systems and security architecture. It is the unique focused approach of Symtrex that enables them to provide complete solutions that are customized for each client, regardless of size or operating systems.

About Real World Linux

The key event in Canada exclusively dedicated to Linux and open source applications, solutions and hardware for management and technology professionals in enterprise, manufacturing, education, financial, telecommunications, SMB, government agencies, life sciences-virtually all sectors.

Contact:
Alison Parker
Guardian Digital, Inc.
Corporate Communications
201-934-9230
pr@guardiandigital.com

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