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RSA Security Welcomes New Manager of Australia/NZ

For Immediate Release

RSA Security Welcomes New Country Manager of Australia and New Zealand

SYDNEY, August 3, 2006 – RSA Security has announced the appointment of the new Country Manager, Australia and New Zealand – Mark Pullen. In this role, Mark is responsible for the business strategy development and customer relationship building in Australia and New Zealand. The appointment is effective immediately.

Mark has over 18 years of experience in the IT software arena, including eight years in the security industry. In the past 6 years at RSA, Mark has successfully driven RSA’s business in Australia and New Zealand.

Prior to joining RSA Security, Mark was Sales Director for eSign – the local Verisign Affiliate and also spent two years with Network Associates focusing on anti-virus, firewall and intrusion detection software.

“Mark has outstanding technical knowledge and extensive management experience in the security industry,” said Richard Turner, Vice President of International Sales & Operations, RSA Security. “His ability to lead the team and grow business through his passion and dedication will extend RSA Security’s market leadership and drive more value for our customers in the region.”

ENDS

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