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Patriot Technologies Announces Partnership With Thursby Software

FREDERICK, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 02/25/14 -- Expanding on its integrated Mobile Device Security Management (MDSM) offerings, Patriot today announced a partnership with Thursby Software -- a leader in the public key infrastructure (PKI) and public key enablement (PKE) industry.

Leveraging the Thursby PKard® technology stack for strong iPad, iPhone, Android tablet or smartphone mobile security with U.S. Government CAC or PIV smart cards, industry standard PIV-I cards, and FIPS 140-2 encryption -- including secure browser, email and custom-app building capabilities -- highly regulated organizations now have a wide range of options for providing protected application and data access to mobile end-users. In addition to offering PKard solutions, Patriot is working to integrate these solutions with Mobile Device Management (MDM) platforms -- thereby providing strong authentication and device security to a wide range of industries.

"Effective mobile identity and access management requires the use of smart card technologies," said Bruce Tucker, President of Patriot Technologies. "By partnering with Thursby Software, our customers' BYOD and corporate-provided mobile environments can be made much more secure and authentication can be assured."

The Thursby devices will be offered as part of Patriot's Mobile Device Security Management (MDSM) solution. Patriot's MDSM solution is a combination of various technologies that address a wide variety of mobile concerns, including the security state of the mobile device, the applications and data resident on the device, the identity and privileges of the device user, the location of the device, and the networks to which the device connects. All technologies are then integrated and monitored providing real-time visibility.

About Patriot Technologies
Patriot Technologies is a trusted partner that bridges the gap between IT security requirements and practical implementation. Government and commercial organizations rely on our solutions, including security technologies, professional services and custom hardware manufacturing & logistics solutions to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their assets while satisfying operational requirements. As a single information security source, Patriot Technologies provides objective analyses of vulnerabilities and has a proven track record of delivering customer-specific solutions based on security best practices. Our focus on security, expertise within the industry, life-cycle approach and complete suite of offerings has made Patriot the preferred partner of vendors and customers alike. Headquartered in Frederick, MD, Patriot is privately held and serves thousands of customers worldwide.

About Thursby Software Systems, Inc.
Thursby is an American company celebrating nearly three decades of enterprise iPad, iPhone and Mac integration, management and security specialization. Historically, integration was with Microsoft-focused server infrastructure, and more recently cloud and Android. Thursby is headquartered in Arlington, TX, a suburb of Dallas-Fort Worth, with over 80,000 clients in over 140 countries and well over a million software licenses sold. Government sales are from Rockville, MD. Clients include organizations with hundreds to thousands of devices under management, ranging from government, to healthcare, finance and enterprise, to education and research, including the FORTUNE 500™, Global 2000 and OEMs. Partners include Apple, Microsoft, Juniper, Samsung and others. For more information about Thursby and its products, please refer to www.thursby.com.

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