Cyveillance Announces Record Growth in 2006 Led by New Services and Partnership Strategy

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Company launches Cyveillance Intelligence Center 3.0 and new OEM programs; records 20th consecutive quarter of revenue growth.

Cyveillance's blue chip client roster, now over 250 companies, is a testament to our employees' dedication and flexibility in delivering industry leading online risk monitoring and management services

Cyveillance, the leading provider of online risk monitoring and management solutions, today announced it has seen record growth in 2006 due to key service offerings and a calculated partnership strategy. With several new services and partnerships yet to be announced, the company is uniquely positioned to continue on this growth path in 2007 and further solidify its position as a leader in the market.

In 2006 Cyveillance launched several new products and services including the Cyveillance Intelligence Center 3.0, Cyveillance Site Safety Index (CSSI) and enhanced malware, fraud and anti-phishing solutions backed by industry leading service level agreements (SLAs). As a result, Cyveillance has seen record customer wins in the financial, technology, pharmaceutical and travel industries. Leading the surge in the financial industry are credit unions concerned with proactively protecting online customers from identity theft caused by phishing attacks.

Kicking off 2006 was the Cyveillance Intelligence Center™ 3.0, the first enterprise-wide solution for complete online risk management. Designed specifically to address constantly evolving threats in cyberspace, Cyveillance Intelligence Center 3.0 is a unique, patented technology platform that allows stakeholders across the enterprise to proactively manage online security risks and mitigate online threats that can damage an organization's bottom line. Raw data collected by the system is processed using a variety of Cyveillance technologies to generate rich, intelligent content that is delivered to customers on a 24x7 basis through a secure customer portal. This permissions-based portal includes a cross-enterprise dashboard, workflow, case management, and tools for immediate corrective response.

"Cyveillance's blue chip client roster, now over 250 companies, is a testament to our employees' dedication and flexibility in delivering industry leading online risk monitoring and management services," said Panos Anastassiadis, CEO of Cyveillance. "With online threats growing exponentially every day, it is imperative that our customers are able to get an early warning through a comprehensive and real-time view of those risks to proactively combat them. Our online risk monitoring and management solutions give our clients the actionable intelligence needed to ensure their employees and customers are able to conduct safe and secure business transactions online."

With the introduction of its new OEM program, Cyveillance has steadily increased its strategic partners across several key industry verticals. Specifically designed for Internet Service Providers (ISPs), security companies and other organizations focused on protecting their customers from online threats, Cyveillance's OEM program enables companies to quickly and accurately enhance existing security solutions by utilizing Cyveillance's comprehensive data feeds. Already used by several strategic partners, including both Microsoft and AOL, these comprehensive data feeds enable providers to proactively protect their customers from numerous online risks.

Key product and service additions for 2006 include:

For more information on these and other Cyveillance solutions, please visit http://www.cyveillance.com/web/solutions/overview.htm.

About Cyveillance

Cyveillance, the leader in online risk monitoring and management solutions, provides an intelligence-based approach to security. Through comprehensive Internet monitoring, Cyveillance proactively identifies and eliminates threats to information, infrastructure and individuals. By continuously pinpointing online risks such as malware, phishing attacks, information leaks, counterfeit product distribution and other forms of Internet fraud, Cyveillance enables enterprises and OEM data partners to protect their reputation, revenues, and customer trust. Cyveillance serves over 250 leading companies, including over half of the Fortune 50 and 8 of the top 10 technology providers. For more information, visit http://www.cyveillance.com.

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