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Echoworx Teams Up With the Old Republic Title Insurance Group to Provide Secure Email Solutions to Their Land Title Insurance Direct Operations and Policy-Issuing Agents

ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/02/14 -- Echoworx Corporation (www.echoworx.com), the leading provider of email encryption for the land title industry, announced that it has teamed up with the Old Republic Title Insurance Group to provide email encryption solutions for the Company's direct operations and policy-issuing agents.

For over two years, Old Republic Title has utilized Echoworx' email encryption products at a few select operating units to protect non-public information (NPI) contained in emails, and has now partnered with Echoworx to assist all Old Republic Title direct operations and policy-issuing agents in doing the same. To make the transition easy, Echoworx and Old Republic Title have launched a special program for the Company's direct operations and policy-issuing agents, which makes utilizing email encryption both simple and inexpensive.

"We are very excited to be partnering with our customer, Old Republic Title, to extend our email encryption offerings to their direct operations and policy-issuing agents. Old Republic Title was ahead of the curve in protecting confidential information contained in emails, and again they are leading the way by helping their direct operations and policy-issuing agents comply with the American Land Title Association's best practices for securing NPI and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. We have tailored our solutions to fit the needs of individual direct operations and policy-issuing agents, all the way up to those with thousands of users. Regardless of the size of the direct operation or policy-issuing agents and in-house technical expertise, we have an easy-to-use, easy-to-deploy and very affordable solution to offer," said Jamie Northey, VP of Corporate Development, Echoworx Corporation.

About Echoworx

Echoworx Corporation is the leading provider of encryption solutions for complete enterprise email and data protection. The company is an encryption software provider of choice for Symantec, Dell, AT&T, Verizon, BT, Intermedia and Apptix among other global partners. Echoworx provides Cloud Encryption solutions built on best-of-breed technology that reduces encryption complexity for the end user. With Echoworx, organizations can protect their email and data, as well as easily send encrypted documents and digitally signed email messages to anyone in their address book.

For more information about Echoworx: www.echoworx.com

About the Old Republic Title Insurance Group (ORTIG):

The ORTIG is comprised of Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, American Guaranty Title Insurance Company, and Mississippi Valley Title Insurance Company. It is one of the nation's largest title insurance groups, operating in 49 states and the District of Columbia, through a network of Company-owned offices, subsidiaries, authorized agents and approved attorneys.

The ORTIG is committed to being the most financially stable title insurance group in the industry. Since 1992, the ORTIG has been the highest overall rated title insurance group in the nation. No group has equaled the ORTIG's consistently high ratings. These ratings reflect the Group's consolidated operating performance and strategic relationship with its parent company, Old Republic International Corporation (ORI), and its excellent capitalization, superior liquidity, sound investment strategy, reserve adequacy and market position.

For more information about the ORTIG, visit www.oldrepublictitle.com.

About Old Republic International (ORI):

Chicago-based Old Republic International Corporation is an insurance holding company whose subsidiaries market, underwrite and provide risk management services for a wide variety of coverages, principally in the property and casualty, and title insurance fields. One of the nation's 50 largest publicly-owned insurance organizations, Old Republic has consolidated assets of approximately $17.18 billion and common shareholders' equity of $3.95 billion, or $15.29 per share, as of June 30, 2014.

For more information about ORI, visit www.oldrepublic.com.

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