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Reflex Security gets a new CEO

Atlanta, Ga. – June 9, 2008 – Reflex Security, the recognized leader in comprehensive security for virtualized data centers, announced today that Pete Privateer has been appointed President and CEO effective immediately. Privateer brings more than twenty-five years of senior leadership experience in the industry, having previously held executive positions at several security technology related companies including, IBM, Intrusic, Internet Security Systems (ISS), Pelican Security, and Axent Technologies.

“We’re pleased to have Pete join us to lead Reflex Security as we forge ahead with our innovation and leadership in virtualized security”, said Hezi Moore, CTO and founder of Reflex Security. “Pete’s years of experience in security and software operations, sales, and marketing, will guide us as we continue to deliver market leading security solutions for virtualized environments.”

Moore had been serving as Interim CEO and will retain his leadership role with Reflex Security as CTO.

Before joining Reflex Security, Privateer held executive positions at many security technology companies. He was vice president of sales, for the ISS division of IBM and senior vice president of worldwide marketing and product management for ISS prior to its acquisition by IBM. He served as president and CEO at Intrusic, a venture-backed Internet security software/appliance company and Pelican Security, where he was responsible for overall strategy and operations of the company. As co-founder and senior vice president of operations for Axent Technologies, one of the first Internet security software companies, he successfully helped lead the company from start-up to successful IPO prior to its sale to Symantec.

Privateer resides in Atlanta, where Reflex Security is based.

About Reflex
Reflex Security is the leader in comprehensive security for virtualized data centers. Reflex enables organizations to secure, visualize, audit and control their virtual infrastructure. Purpose built for virtual environments, Reflex VSA integrates firewall, IPS/IDS, reporting, application awareness, visibility and change control into a complete virtual security solution. Reflex VSA enables organizations to accelerate adoption of next generation virtualized data centers by addressing potential challenges, such as monitoring the dynamic environment, maintaining secure configuration, federated administration and regulatory compliance while capitalizing on the virtualization investment; thus enhancing overall data center security. Reflex VSA supports VMware’s ESX server and Citrix’s XenServer virtual server environments. Reflex Security is based in Atlanta, Georgia and is privately held. For more information, including a trial download of Reflex VSA, visit www.reflexsecurity.com.

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