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IronKey Opens New European Office
Date:10/16/2008

Company Opens UK Office to Meet Increased Demand for Secure and Managed USB

Memory Sticks in Europe

LOS ALTOS, Calif., Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- IronKey, maker of the world's most secure flash drive, today announced that the company has opened a new European office in the UK as part of its expansion efforts into more worldwide markets. IronKey's new office will help support its rapid growth in Europe.

IronKey has appointed Jon Fielding as sales director in the UK office. Fielding will head up the company's efforts to market and sell its secure USB memory sticks throughout Europe. Fielding brings over 18 years of experience in IT and sales, most recently leading international sales teams as director of strategic accounts at Tumbleweed, which was acquired by Valicert.

"Having worked in the security space for many years, I am excited to work with a company that has built its product line with security in mind from the ground up," said Jon Fielding, director of sales for IronKey UK. "I look forward to working closely with our strong partner channel in EMEA to address the rapidly growing market demand for secure mobile data storage solutions."

The company selected the UK because of its central location for ease of travel throughout Europe and proximity to IronKey partners. IronKey's rugged, waterproof and tamper-resistant USB memory sticks with cross-platform support and remote policy enforcement enable solutions that can be rapidly deployed in heterogeneous environments with complete control. Featuring always-on military-grade hardware encryption, strong authentication, portable applications and ultra-fast memory, IronKey delivers unique market opportunities for its channel partners and unprecedented mobile data security solutions for customers.

"We are dedicated to providing industry leading solutions and unparalleled support to our customers as we expand our presence in Europe," said Stewart Fox, vice pre
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