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StoneGate 5.0 Achieves RSA Secured® Partner Program Certification to Provide Maximum Interoperability and Proactive Network Security Control

Stonesoft today announced that it has joined the RSA Secured® Partner Program to certify interoperability between three critical components of the StoneGate 5.0 security platform and RSA SecurID® two-factor authentication solution. This certification signifies that the interoperability partnership between Stonesoft and RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC) continues to increase security for joint customers by ensuring the StoneGate Management Center and StoneGate Firewall/VPN solutions are fully compatible with RSA’s industry-leading two-factor authentication technology.

As a result of this partnership, organizations that rely on RSA SecurID can now achieve the high network security and availability delivered by the StoneGate 5.0 platform. With the launch of the platform in April 2009, Stonesoft has raised the bar in the range of capabilities organizations can expect from a single network security vendor. With their built-in next-generation security and patented high availability technologies, the StoneGate Management Center and StoneGate Firewall/VPN solution delivers maximum security and performance across entire networks.

In addition, the interoperability partnership between RSA and Stonesoft helps to assure organizations that their network security and authentication technologies are best aligned to combat today’s security threats. This is increasingly important as virtualization and cloud computing continue to emerge in organizations’ IT infrastructure strategies.

“We are very pleased that the latest version of the StoneGate security platform is now interoperable with RSA SecurID technology at the technical level and available to joint customers. Working with Stonesoft, we can meet the unique needs of the enterprise with a broad choice of innovative strong authentication methods that provide the proper balance of risk, cost and user convenience. This is critical in helping to best protect the organization’s information, identities and infrastructures,” said D.J. Long, Senior Director, Corporate Development at RSA.

“We believe the complexity of network security is the biggest threat facing today’s organizations, and that includes the lack of interoperability between different network solutions. Achieving the RSA certification for our newest solutions speaks to our mission here at Stonesoft – to reduce network complexity while improving security,” said Pentti Lehtinen, Technical Director at Stonesoft Inc.

For more information on Stonesoft’s StoneGate 5.0 solution, including the StoneGate Management Center and StoneGate Firewall/VPN appliances, please visit www.stonesoft.com.

About Stonesoft

Stonesoft Corporation (NASDAQ OMX: SFT1V) delivers proven, innovative solutions that simplify network security management for even the most complex network environments. The StoneGate Platform unifies management of entire networks - including StoneGate and third-party devices – blending integrated threat management, end-to-end high availability and network optimization into a centrally controlled system. As a result, Stonesoft provides the highest levels of proactive control, always-on connectivity and compliance at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) on the market today. Founded in 1990, the company is an established leader in network security innovation with corporate headquarters in Helsinki, Finland and Americas headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit www.stonesoft.com and http://stoneblog.stonesoft.com.

RSA, Secured, and SecurID are registered trademarks or trademarks of RSA Security, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. EMC is a registered trademark of EMC Corporation. All other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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