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Blackline Safety achieves AWS Public Sector Partner Status

Blackline exceeds rigorous technical requirements for its cloud-based product portfolio

Blackline Safety Corp. (TSX: BLN), a global leader in connected safety technology, today announced the company has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network as an AWS Public Sector Partner. To achieve program status, the company successfully completed a rigorous AWS Foundational Technical Review of its Blackline Live software.

The program and review validate that Blackline’s software meets AWS standards for data security and reinforces Blackline’s commitment to delivering secure and reliable solutions.

Blackline’s cloud-hosted safety software runs on the AWS cloud. AWS’ highly secure, world-leading encryption protects and stores the data from Blackline’s connected safety technology, and makes it available from anywhere in the world, on any device.

“Due to the critical nature of our cloud-connected portfolio in saving lives, it simply cannot fail,” said Blackline Safety CEO and Chair, Cody Slater.

“Our work with AWS, and the comprehensive review process, is one of the ways we earn customer trust and ensure our policies and practices adhere to the highest enterprise security standards for compliance, privacy and, most critically, reliability,” Slater continued.

“We’re proud to be an AWS Partner because of what it means for our customers, as we can quickly establish a cost effective and comprehensive computing platform that is reliable, secure, scalable, and easy to use, globally,” said Steven Van Swol, Blackline Safety Vice President, Software Development.

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