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IBM to promote Wireless security solution

Wireless Security Corp. (WSC), a leader of Wireless security solutions, announced today that IBM is promoting a Wireless security solution.

Targeting Small and Medium Businesses (SMB), the unique solution, called WSC GuardSM, helps maintaining a self-defended wireless network with the latest WPA authentication and encryption technology. The software uses the latest industry standards to help companies protect vital data and ensure continuity of operations.

"Customers value the high level of security provided by WSC Guard, as it helps protect their networks and company data from eavesdroppers and hackers. They further appreciate its ease of use, low cost and ongoing support,” said Dennis Rohan, Wireless Security Corporation Chairman and Co-founder.

"Wireless Security Corporation’s relationship with IBM gives us the capability to reach and serve SMBs worldwide," Rohan added.

IBM offers the WSC GuardSM through its SMB center. A 30-day trial is available.

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