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Quarri Announces Partnership with ICSA Software

Quarri™ Technologies, a leading web information security software company that empowers organizations to keep their sensitive data secure, today announced a partnership with ICSA Software International, the software company of The Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators (ICSA). ICSA Software will market Quarri’s Data Safe™ and Perimeter Shield™ in conjunction with their own Blueprint OneWorld. Blueprint OneWorld is a web-based software application that enables users across all industries on an enterprise-wide basis, to store, report on and ensure compliance for global entities 24/7, anytime, anywhere.

Quarri has again partnered with a “best of breed” solution. Blueprint’s integrated Quarri Data Safe and Quarri Perimeter Shield software enables Blueprint to protect and control browser-delivered information by preventing malware and user-driven information leaks. Vigorous policies ensure that the IT administrator controls user actions such as; saving, printing, or copying of information in Blueprint.

“With our combined solutions, we are able to prevent malware and help control malicious and careless user behavior,” said Carter McCrary, executive vice president of business development at Quarri. “Partnering with ICSA Software to deliver an integrated solution enables organizations to protect their most valuable data in an easy-to-deploy manner.”

“ICSA Software is delighted to partner with Quarri Technologies to offer our Blueprint OneWorld clients advanced browser protection to safeguard all information they hold on Blueprint,” said Jeremy Lloyd, CTO & CISO, ICSA Software International Limited. “With Quarri’s Data Safe and Perimeter Shield solutions Blueprint clients can be confident their sensitive data is fully protected from the ever-increasing risk of malware and data leakage.”

Blueprint is responsible for protecting very sensitive data for some of the world’s largest organizations across all industries. All entity data access is tightly controlled through security groups, and fully audited to ensure complete control over data. Blueprint is a web-based entity management software system that enables users on an enterprise-wide basis to manage entities across single or multiple jurisdictions, with statutory forms for over 15 countries. Quarri’s Perimeter Shield isolates the browser session protecting sensitive information from already infected end points and helps to combat the pre-existing global infection rate. Quarri’s Data Safe gives the data owner the ability to isolate and control all digital forms of replication of the browser delivered information, including support for mobile devices.

About Quarri Technologies
Quarri Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider of on demand web information security solutions. The company’s products defend against both external and internal attacks and prevent unauthorized use and replication of confidential data by controlling both malicious and careless end-user behavior. Quarri’s products, including their mobile products, allow users to remain productive and have a seamless online experience, while also enabling organizational compliance with industry standards and government mandates. Quarri is a privately held, investor-backed corporation based in Austin, Texas, with clients throughout North America, Europe and the Middle East. For further information, visit www.quarri.com.

About ICSA Software International
ICSA Software International is a software company of ICSA (the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators), the chartered membership and qualifying body for professionals working in governance, risk and compliance, including company secretaries. With more than 25 years of experience, thousands of users worldwide, across every conceivable industry, ICSA Software’s client base features many of the largest companies in the world. Blueprint OneWorld is a web-based entity management, governance and compliance solution, allowing you to access and manage your corporate compliance data 24/7, anytime, anywhere. ICSA Software’s commitment to providing highly secure and integrated solutions is the reason why many FTSE 100, FORTUNE 500, EURONEXT 100, ASX 50 trust them to manage their corporate information to deliver good governance. For further information, visit www.icsasoftware.com.

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