Security Software Specialist Taps Public Policy Help
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Security Software Specialist Taps Public Policy Help

Lime Street Studios PR and Principor Communications have been chosen by PestPatrol to communicate the security software company’s public affairs positions.

Paul Holmes

LANCASTER, PA AND WASHINGTON, D.C.— Lime Street Studios PR and Principor Communications have been chosen by PestPatrol to communicate the security software company’s public affairs positions.

PestPatrol produces software to identify and eliminate hacker tools, spyware and other non-viral malicious code. Lime Street and Principor will assist PestPatrol’s involvement in the public debate focused on addressing the security and privacy issues posed by spyware and related software applications. 

“With its market leading position and research expertise, PestPatrol is well-positioned to continue to help shape policy solutions to the spyware issue,” said, Fran Lowe, president of Lime Street Studios PR.

PestPatrol executives have been asked to testify before the US Congress and the Federal Trade Commission on the issues raised by spyware and other non-viral malicious code.  The company works closely with industry associations active in technology, security and privacy issues.

“Lime Street Studios PR and Principor Communications have immediately brought their technology and government affairs experience to bear on the issues that concern us,” said Barbara Rose, public relations director for PestPatrol. “As state governments, the U.S. Congress and federal agencies increasingly turn to the spyware issue, Lime Street and Principor will help us offer our insights to craft solutions that are in the best interest of both consumers and industry.”

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Principor Communications has been tapped to provide public relations support for Potomac Swim School of Ashburn, Virginia. 

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