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Who is SafeNet? By, Curtis Frankie
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Vital   Statistics Encryption experts with a twenty-five year history of protecting: Communications Intellectual Property Rights Information and Identities Leadership position in high growth market segments: Government and Network Security Identity Protection Digital Rights Management Strategy -- Bring complete solutions to chosen market segments: number 1 -3  in every segment we compete Track record of high growth and strong financial performance SafeNet is the largest company exclusively focused on the protection of  high-value information assets.
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Vital Statistics Global success with over 10,000 customers  in 100 countries Employees: 1,200 in 20 countries Revenues: $340 million (2008) Best-in-class Security Technology: products are certified  to meet highest security standards Expertise: over 500 encryption engineers Founded: 1983 Ownership: private SafeNet is the largest company exclusively focused  on the protection of high-value information assets.
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SafeNet   Today… the most money that moves in the world 80% of all electronic banking transfers -- $1 Trillion a day the most digital identities in the world Most PKI identities for governments and F-100 companies the
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