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MXI Security and Communication Intelligence Corporation Team up to Deliver the First Green Portable Security Solution for Financial Institutions
Date:5/1/2008

MXI Security Recyclable Award Winning Portable Security Devices and CIC's Paperless Biometric and Electronic Signature Solution Offer a Sustainable

Approach to Security for Financial Services

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. and MONTREAL, May 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Communication Intelligence Corporation ("CIC") (OTC Bulletin Board: CICI), a leading supplier of electronic signature solutions for business process automation in the financial industry and the recognized leader in biometric signature verification, and MXI Security(TM), the leader in providing superior managed portable security solutions, announced today that they have signed a strategic partnership agreement aimed at providing the first environmentally friendly portable electronic signature solution for the financial industry.

The two companies plan to leverage CIC's Sign-it(R) biometric and electronic signature product and, MXI Security's Stealth MXP(TM) Biometric Portable Security Devices and its ACCESS Enterprise(TM) device lifecycle management solution to enable financial services and government customers to benefit from a unique combination of strong authentication and non-repudiation for their daily operations.

"Organizations have long recognized the need for strong forms of authentication for critical applications," stated Guido DiGregorio, CIC's Chairman & CEO. "With this strategic partnership, CIC and MXI Security will provide customers with powerful protection and additional security while enabling the practical application of these devices for use in electronic signature applications affording the benefits of a paperless environment including significantly reduced costs and increased efficiencies."

MXI Security's technology provides a portable and manageable security platform that can host a wide variety of security applications. The ACCESS Enterprise management solution allows organizations to recycle their portable security devices and offers hel
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