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Security Solutions Discussed by Industry Leaders in Interviews

ASSA ABLOY, Gemalto, Wave Systems

RYE BROOK, NY, Jun 10, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- "A number of ASSA ABLOY Group brands have been around since the 19th century and were early innovators in the field of key systems. In fact, Linus Yale, Jr. -- the progenitor of YALE Commercial Locks and Hardware -- was the inventor of the pin and tumbler lock that is still the basis of today's cylinder locks. Of course much has changed in cylinder mechanics and how facilities secure their doors, but key systems are still the backbone of facility security and ASSA ABLOY remains the leader in key system technology."

"Our brands are continuously upgrading their key system products to meet new challenges that confront the market. ASSA, ABLOY, ARROW, CORBIN RUSSWIN, MEDECO, SARGENT and YALE are all recognized for the quality of their key systems that are widely used in buildings throughout the world."

For the interview with Mr. Lee Garver, Business Development Manager-Key Systems, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions, ( ) (PINKSHEETS: ASAZF) (STKM: ASSA-B): .

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Mr. Sebastien Cano, Senior Vice President, Telecommunications, Gemalto, Inc., , (FR:GTO 33.23, 0.00, 0.00%) , told us, "We have 450 mobile network operator customers and our solutions enable about 1.8 billion individuals all over the world to use mobile devices and services securely and conveniently. Gemalto is the world's leading supplier of secure personal devices to wireless operators, and we also provide software and services to the mobile industry."

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Wave Systems ( )(WAVX 3.31, +0.05, +1.53%) announced that the current production version of its EMBASSY(R) security software is compatible with Hitachi Global Storage Technologies' (Hitachi GST - ) Travelstar(TM) self-encrypting hard drives ( ) (SEDs) available through Hitachi's worldwide distribution channels ( ) this month.

Mr. Steven Sprague, President and CEO, commented, "We applaud Hitachi's efforts to make Opal-based drives available to the market, giving organizations additional self-encrypting drive choices as more enterprises look to deploy hardware-based encryption. With self-encrypting drives, users can gain the peace of mind in knowing that whatever's on the drive -- trade secrets, intellectual property or confidential employee information -- is protected."

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Deborah Gilbert, 914-690-9351