Kensington today announced that it has won its lawsuit against Kryptonite Corporation and its distributor, American Power Conversion Corporation (APC), protecting Kensington’s patented computer security lock technology, the MicroSaver computer security cable locks, for which it holds several patents relating to its lock technology. “A jury in Marshall, Texas agreed with Kensington on every count that Kryptonite’s products — all four models of the Quick Mount Cable Lock — infringe Kensington’s patents. The jury found that Kensington should be paid damages in excess of US$1.13 million by Kryptonite and APC. ACCO Brands and Kensington will now seek injunctive relief to prevent future sales of the infringing products,” notes the press release.