NeoScale Teams With RSA

NeoScale teams with RSA to offer NeoScale's enterprise-class CryptoStor Tape and CryptoStor FC Disk encryption appliances to joint customers

February 7, 2007

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MILPITAS, Calif. -- NeoScale Systems, the independent leader in enterprise storage security solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with RSA(R), The Security Division of EMC (NYSE:EMC), to offer NeoScale's enterprise-class CryptoStor(R) Tape and CryptoStor FC Disk encryption appliances to joint customers. NeoScale and RSA will also collaborate on development of common standards for enterprise-wide encryption and key management. NeoScale solutions protect sensitive data at rest against unauthorized access, address increased regulatory requirements, and simplify key management across heterogeneous platforms.

Customers are moving quickly to secure information in their storage infrastructure to meet compliance audit deadlines. NeoScale appliances are deployed as a drop-in security layer on the storage network and automate the encryption and recovery of information without requiring costly forklift upgrades of the existing storage infrastructure. By working across multiple storage brands and media types, the NeoScale appliance-based solution ensures consistent data-at-rest security across the enterprise.

"We're working with NeoScale to accelerate our customers' business objectives by reducing risk, helping to address federal and state statutory and regulatory initiatives on data protection, and protecting critical consumer, employee and partner information," said Rick Welch, Vice President & General Manager, Data Security Business Unit at RSA, The Security Division of EMC. "Enterprises will turn to RSA to leverage our expanded set of enterprise data protection solutions, and our commitment to bring NeoScale solutions to market will help us deliver flexibility and choice to better meet their needs."

NeoScale Systems Inc.

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