SEATTLE – May 30, 2012 – Emerging growth company, IronGate Security Networks™, the industry’s first security as a service provider for the home, today announced the expansion of its website, www.IronGateSecurity.net, to include a dedicated investor relations section. The IR addition is designed to provide investors with greater understanding of corporate objectives, market dynamics, and additional resources relating to company transparency and communications.

“Integrity, corporate transparency and information sharing are the cornerstones to our investor relations activities,” said Ron Brahy, Director of Web Systems at IronGate Security Networks. “By building a dedicated IR resource center, our investors gain access to an informative landing page that will continually update them as the company progresses in meeting its growth objectives.”

According to the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, there are approximately 119.5 million households in the United States. Of these, 78 percent are broadband‐enabled with children 6‐17. This equates to a primary target market of 93.2 million households for IronGate Security Networks.

There is nothing for the consumer to buy. Instead, IronGate Security Networks charges a monthly security service fee for its wireless family firewall, which also includes a myriad of management, security and reporting capabilities. At $29.95/mo., the revenue potential of the target market is $33.5 billion. With 5 percent market penetration, IronGate Security Networks expects to surpass $1.68 billion in revenue; at 3 percent, the Company reaches its target of $1 billion in revenue.

IronGate Security Networks’ solution – iHomeDefender™ – has no direct competitor. It is a complete, zero‐touch wireless family firewall security solution, which means a parent has nothing to install; the company does it all – system configuration, user set‐up and home installation. Unlike traditional software security suites, there are no per client license limits, there is nothing to take up disk space and nothing to slow computers down. It protects all web‐enabled devices in the home network.

Parents who are tired of yelling at their kids to get off the internet or stop playing online games will appreciate the automatic network control features that can limit individual web access time, and also specific web applications, regardless of what device their child uses. For example, a parent can have Facebook turn off at 9:00 p.m., but have the Internet stay on until 10:00 p.m. so that a child can get homework done.

Additional content filtering and website blocking features give parents the ability to block not just porn, but an unlimited number of undesirable websites, as well as prevent access to 70+ categories of web content, ranging from “alcohol and tobacco” to “weapons” on a per child basis.

For more information about IronGate Security Networks or its iHomeDefender solution, please go to: www.IronGateSecurity.net.

About IronGate Security Networks, Inc.

IronGate Security Networks™ provides internet security for consumers who want business-class protection against hackers, identity thieves, and other sources of malware, spyware, viruses for all the devices in their home network, as well as in-depth parental controls for how their kids access the web, use social media, online games, chat and more, via the company’s iHomeDefender™ managed security solution.

IronGate Security Networks and iHomeDefender are trademarks of IronGate Security Networks, Inc. All other marks are property of their respective owners.

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