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Varonis to Showcase Innovative Solutions for Striking the Security-Productivity Balance at Gartner Summit

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/14 -- Varonis Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: VRNS), the leading provider of software solutions for unstructured, human-generated enterprise data, will be showcasing how its innovative products are enabling companies to simultaneously improve both employee productivity and data security next week at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit. The event will take place June 23-26 in National Harbor, Maryland.

In addition to meeting the Varonis team on site, attendees of the Gartner Security & Risk Summit will be able to learn about how Varonis solutions are raising the bar for secure collaboration and productivity while vastly improving the security of companies' most sensitive and valuable files. Varonis solutions are based on a patented Metadata Framework that extracts critical metadata, or data about data, from an enterprise's IT infrastructure and uses this contextual information to map functional relationships among employees, data objects, content, and usage -- for analysis, management, migration, and file-sharing.

David Gibson, VP of Marketing at Varonis, said, "Over the past year, we've released a number of exciting new features and enhancements across our product line, which we're looking forward to sharing with Gartner Summit attendees. We have thousands of customers around the world who have learned that protecting sensitive data does not have to mean compromising collaboration and productivity."

In early June, Varonis announced the release of DatAnywhere 1.8, which raised the functionality and security bar in the rapidly growing cloud-style file sharing and collaboration market. The new release includes enhancements that provide increased control over, and stronger security around, the data stored on remote devices. Along with the new features, Varonis also announced that DatAnywhere is now free to download and use for up to five users.

Varonis solutions enable IT departments to ensure that the right people have access to only the data they need, the right people are in charge, all use is monitored, and abuse is flagged. The Varonis Metadata Framework provides increased insight into who has access to a company's unstructured data, such as spreadsheets, presentations and other important documents, and enables IT departments to see how that data is being used. This added insight not only provides IT with the ability to better secure the data, but also ensure that end users have access to the files and documents they need in order to tap into the company's institutional memory and derive additional value.

To learn more about Varonis DatAnywhere, or to sign up for the free download (up to five users), please visit http://www.varonis.com/products/datanywhere/.

For more information on Varonis' entire solution portfolio, please visit www.varonis.com.

About Varonis

Varonis is the leading provider of software solutions for unstructured, human-generated enterprise data. Varonis provides an innovative software platform that allows enterprises to map, analyze, manage and migrate their unstructured data. Varonis specializes in human-generated data, a type of unstructured data that includes an enterprise's spreadsheets, word processing documents, presentations, audio files, video files, emails, text messages and any other data created by employees. This data often contains an enterprise's financial information, product plans, strategic initiatives, intellectual property and numerous other forms of vital information. IT and business personnel deploy Varonis software for a variety of use cases, including data governance, data security, archiving, file synchronization, enhanced mobile data accessibility and information collaboration. As of March 31, 2014, Varonis had approximately 2,550 customers, spanning leading firms in the financial services, public, healthcare, industrial, energy & utilities, technology, consumer and retail, education and media & entertainment sectors.

About Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit

The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit features six programs focusing on IT Security, risk management and compliance, business continuity management, chief information security officer (CISO) roles and the marketplace for security to deliver detailed, role-specific content and networking. Each program offers a full agenda of analyst sessions, keynotes, round-table discussions, case studies, workshops and more. Additional information is available at www.gartner.com/us/securityrisk.

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