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Patriot Technologies Opens Remote Field Office in Texas

New Office Will Primarily Service Customers in CO, KS, NM, OK and TX

FREDERICK, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- Patriot Technologies today announced the opening of their field office in Argyle, TX. This new office will allow Patriot to meet the IT security needs of the mid-Western region.

"The timing was right to expand our geographical reach with our new office in Texas," states Bruce Tucker, President of Patriot Technologies. "Many of the companies and government agencies we service were looking for an IT security partner with a local presence. We wanted to be able to respond quickly to meeting requests and on-site demos of our solutions.

Patriot Technologies mobile, cloud and compliance security solution practice areas have been seeing increased demand with the shifting landscape of threats and explosion of technology tools. With a singular focus on IT security, Patriot is uniquely positioned to analyze each client's specific business case to model a solution that is a best-fit scenario.

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. The company's 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. For more information, visit www.patriot-tech.com.

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