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Hexis Cyber Solutions to Join EMEA Security Peers at Upcoming Industry Conference

HANOVER, Md., March 9, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hexis Cyber Solutions (Hexis), a wholly-owned subsidiary of The KEYW Holding Corporation (Nasdaq:KEYW), and a provider of advanced cybersecurity solutions for commercial companies and government agencies, today announced that it will be attending the 13th e-Crime and Information Security Congress March 10-11, 2015 at the Park Plaza Victoria, in London.

WHO: Hexis will join more than 700 security professionals from 45 different countries at the 13th annual e-Crime and Information Security Congress to discuss ways on safeguarding digital assets and sensitive data. Security professionals behind the Royal Bank of Canada, HSBC and Unilever, among others, will offer practical guidance, case studies, strategic talks and technical sessions for conference attendees represented by global business, government, military and law enforcement agencies.

WHAT: The e-Crime and Information Security Congress is a platform for security experts and the industry’s leading service suppliers to engage in conversation related to topics including:

  • Ways to better guide the convergence of business, technology and security strategies
  • Practical steps to proactively mitigate the looming impact of emerging threats
  • Real-world examples of proven approaches to meet commercial objectives while maintaining compliance
  • Guidance on the enterprise decision-making process for future issues and challenges

As an exhibitor at the event, Hexis will be showcasing the HawkEye G and NetBeat product lines – demonstrating ways these solutions improve corporate security and risk strategies. HawkEye G offers a full spectrum of remediation capabilities for next-generation endpoint and network response. NetBeat NAC and NetBeat MON offer visibility and control deep into the network for a full picture of network activity and access control.

WHEN: The 13th e-Crime and Information Security Congress will take place March 10-11, 2015 at the Park Plaza Victoria in London. To register and for more information on the 13th e-Crime and Information Security Congress, please visit: link.

About Hexis Cyber Solutions

Hexis Cyber Solutions, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of The KEYW Holding Corporation (Nasdaq:KEYW), based in Hanover, Maryland, provides complete cybersecurity solutions for commercial companies, government agencies, and the Intelligence Community (IC).

Our mission is to ensure that business IT infrastructure is equipped with tools and capability to detect, engage, and remove both external and internal cyber threats. Cyber terrorists, organized crime, and foreign governments focus tremendous effort on commercial, government, and military interests as their prime target. Hexis Cyber Solutions’ HawkEye family of products offer active, multi-disciplined approaches to achieve a higher standard of cybersecurity that is based on our expertise supporting our nation’s cybersecurity missions to ensure that your business or organization can operate at its maximum potential. For more information contact Hexis Cyber Solutions, 7740 Milestone Parkway, Suite 400, Hanover, Maryland 21076; Phone 443-7

About KeyW
KeyW is an innovative national security solutions provider to the Intelligence, Cyber, and Counterterrorism communities. KeyW’s advanced technologies in cyber; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; and analytics span the full spectrum of customer missions and enhanced capabilities. The company’s highly skilled workforce solves complex customer challenges such as preventing cyber threats, transforming data to actionable intelligence, and building and deploying sensor packages into any domain. For more information, please visit and follow KeyW on Twitter @KeyWCorp.

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Karen Coker
Director, Corporate Communications

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Vice President, Investor Relations and Treasury