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CSC and GM Discuss Security and ID Issues in Interviews

RYE BROOK, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 23, 2007-- "We are very pleased with the opportunity to team with Sun Microsystems to host a forum for retail executives on security and compliance issues confronting their industry. During this forum, attendees will learn about the impact of legislation on IT security and compliance, and how challenges associated with managing, protecting and verifying user identities and controlling access to information throughout the enterprise and across extranets can be addressed." These are among the comments and observations by Mr. Art Coupe, Director, Identity and Access Management, Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC). The complete interview is available here:

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And, Jim Heaton, Global Director of Identity Management for General Motors (NYSE: GM), spoke to us about insights GM has gained in its efforts to create a global identity standard. The entire interview is at:

In another exclusive interview, Mr. David Benini, Director Product Marketing at Aware, Inc. (Nasdaq: AWRE) said, "We recently announced that NASA has used our Biometric Workflow Platform (BWP) and PIVSuite products to upgrade their ID card system. From the day we were asked to help, NASA was able to conduct a biometric enrollment proof-of-concept in under five weeks, and a fully functional test system able to produce compliant PIV cards was in place in just twelve weeks." The entire interview is available here:

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Deborah Gilbert, President of, said, "Since 911, we live in a new world that requires we protect every aspect of everyday life as never before: our environment, our borders, our businesses, and, of course, our personal well-being and that of our families. Worldwide spending for security continues at an unprecedented pace and the companies included in our Investment Guide are beneficiaries of much of this spending."

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SOURCE: Copyright Business Wire 2007

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