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Tetrus Corporation and Quipa(TM) US Partner to Deliver Groundbreaking Cyber Security Solution

Introducing QuipaLoop, a More Agile and Secure Solution for Connectivity Across Networks and Devices

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ and OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/05/13 -- Tetrus Corporation, a leading provider of information sharing, collaboration, and analysis products to Public Safety, Homeland Security, and Justice and Corrections stakeholders, and Quipa, a global software company delivering an innovative approach to secure network connectivity, today announced a Reseller Partnership to facilitate and accelerate the introduction of QuipaLoop into the markets that Tetrus currently serves. Tetrus will leverage the QuipaLoop solution in critical nationwide law enforcement systems that require high availability without compromising data confidentiality and integrity.

QuipaLoop is a unique approach toward borderless network connectivity that is more agile and secure than traditional VPN technologies. It secures access to services anywhere on the network and protects data-in-transit across the network using Quipa's Secure Connection Broker (SCB) technology, a proprietary, secure networking capability that segments the network into "loops" of trusted devices. Unlike a physical network, a loop is a non-addressable virtual overlay, secured by trusted devices that self-authenticate and operate across one or many physical networks. QuipaLoop eliminates the security weaknesses that result from spoof-able certificate authorities common to SSL VPN or discoverable directories of IP addresses used to manage IPSec solutions.

"We are delighted with our new relationship with Quipa," said Tetrus CEO Sharad Rao. "As a technology company constantly looking for more innovative and efficient ways to deliver collaborative, high-quality, and secure solutions for our Public Safety and Security clients, Quipa's unique and cutting-edge technology fits perfectly into our overall interoperability framework. Tetrus takes adherence to national standards regarding data interoperability, security and privacy extremely seriously. Integrating Quipa technology into the very fabric of all of our offerings enhances our overall value proposition to our clients. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with the security team at Quipa."

"Quipa is proud of our new partnership with Tetrus in the public sector business vertical," said Wayne Eveland, Senior Vice President, Quipa US. "Our relationship with Tetrus allows us to provide a new technology dynamic to the public sector and a superior security solution that ensures protection against today's evasive cyber threats. We are pleased to work with Tetrus to deliver a simpler, cost-effective, and more secure environment for rapid information sharing and mission-critical data-in-transit for law enforcement and government agencies."

Government agency funding is currently stretched to the limits while the need for service has increased. Information sharing has emerged as a significant tool that increases capacity while reducing costs. By combining the QuipaLoop-patented data security solution with the cutting-edge applications built by Tetrus, simplified collaboration within the public sector can now be achieved with greater ease and with the complete affirmation that their encompassing networks, devices, and information will be highly secured and more readily accessible. Public sector organizations will benefit by leveraging their existing data systems while reducing costs and obtaining information from a broad spectrum of resources without compromising control and security of data-in-transit.

About Tetrus Corporation
Founded in 2003, the Tetrus Corporation provides information sharing, collaboration and analysis products and services to Public Safety, Homeland Security, Justice and Corrections stakeholders. Our portfolio leverages our subject matter expertise surrounding national standards and industry best practices to afford each client a holistic approach to technology initiatives. We are currently applying our robust experience in the sharing and analysis of information and identification of patterns indicative of potential terrorism activity to introduce new concepts of real-time, multi-jurisdictional and multidisciplinary collaboration. For more information, visit

About Quipa US LLC
At Quipa, our goal is to help our customers protect their information and their reputations, yet still meet the evolving challenges of connectivity and information-sharing in today's increasing virtual and mobile workplace. Founded in 2004 by executives with over 50 years of combined experience in the telecommunications and security sectors, our software solutions are designed to help companies, government agencies, and Cloud service providers shape their online connections with a higher level of security and flexibility, enabling an agile, any-device-anywhere working environment, without loss of compliance or control. For more information, visit

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