Galileo International Re-enforces Corporate Security Policy with Tivoli SecureWay Software

Tivoli Helps Travel Industry Leader Secure Business-Critical Resources

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ROSEMONT, Ill. & AUSTIN, Texas - 07 Mar 2001: Galileo International, Inc. (NYSE: GLC) a global travel distribution services leader, and Tivoli Systems Inc., an IBM (NYSE: IBM) company, today announced a business partnership to help maintain the security demanded for Galileo's technology infrastructure. Supporting travel agencies worldwide connected to its computer reservation systems, Galileo will use Tivoli SecureWay software to control access to business-critical system resources from a single console, in accordance with the company's corporate security policy.

Tivoli SecureWay software helps protect against unauthorized entry into business resources, helping to prevent possible system downtime that could result if there were a security breach. Tivoli SecureWay also helps Galileo ensure that the rights and privileges of users are easily maintained in a diverse business environment.

"System availability is a top priority for Galileo. Avoiding possible security breaches helps us give our customers the 99.9 percent availability and high level of service they have come to expect from Galileo," said Galileo's James R. Lamb, director of Tax and Corporate Assurance. "After evaluating various enterprise-wide security software, we chose Tivoli SecureWay because it best suited our needs to manage an integrated security suite from a centralized console."

"As more data flows through enterprise networks, companies like Galileo will see an increased need to secure its systems from potential threat, both internal and external," said Carl Kessler, senior vice president, Enterprise Management Solutions, Tivoli Systems Inc. "Tivoli is proud to support Galileo's business initiatives by increasing security in its business infrastructure."

Tivoli SecureWay Security Manager and Tivoli SecureWay User Administration will manage security on over 150 servers in Galileo's Data Center located in Denver.

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