Egress supplies data security services designed to protect shared information. The company’s Switch platform enables users to set date and time restrictions on when their emails can be accessed, and even revoke messages after they have reached the recipient’s inbox. The company’s software and support services are used by public sector bodies across the UK, including 35% of all local authorities, such as the London borough of Camden, as well as clients including Ladbrokes, Victim Support and the Civil Aviation Authority. Egress is backed by Albion Capital, and under chief executive Tony Pepper, 39, turnover grew to £5.4m in 2016.
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