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TheGreenBow Announces Its Participation in HexaTrust, the Club Founded by the French SMEs Leaders in Cyber Security and Digital Trust

Oct 21 2013, 8:04am CDT | by PR.com

Paris, France, October 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- TheGreenBow leader in enterprise security software for remote users announces its participation as a founding member of the Club HexaTrust, bringing together 12 French players in the security of information systems, cybersecurity and digital trust.

This alliance meets the needs of enterprises, government, public and private organizations of any size, with the desire to benefit from European innovative offers that will cover all their IT security requirements.

Beyond their European footprint, the aim of the HexaTrust members is also to boost their international growth by sharing their experience, their networks and to leverage access to worldwide markets.

HexaTrust will operate in close collaboration with industry organizations, user groups, major players as well as institutional stakeholders who work at strengthening the Cyber Security and Digital Trust industry, by supporting the development of innovative and growing mid-size companies.

About HexaTrust
The HexaTrust Club was founded by Wallix, Keynectis-Opentrust, Deny ALL, Ilex, Netheos, TheGreenBow, inWebo, Olfeo, Brainwave, Vade Retro Technology, Arismore and Bertin Technologies in order to provide a performing, consistent and comprehensive range of products and services for securing critical infrastructures. For more information, visit www.hexatrust.com.

About TheGreenBow
TheGreenBow is a European software editor headquartered in Paris, leader in enterprise security software for remote users. TheGreenBow IPsec VPN Client is sold worldwide, and powers several enterprise gateway manufacturers. TheGreenBow has launched recently CryptoMailer, the easiest email encryption software. TheGreenBow software is known for extreme ease of use. For more information, visit www.thegreenbow.com.

Contact Information:
TheGreenBow
Roger Simon
+33 1 4312 3930
Contact via Email
www.thegreenbow.com

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