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UK, 4 September 2007 - St. Bernard Software, Inc. (OTCBB: SBSW), a global provider of security and hosted office solutions, including secure content management, archiving and collaboration, today announced that The Junior King’s School has successfully installed St. Bernard’s dedicated Internet-filtering appliance, iPrism, to ensure security and protect pupils at the Canterbury site. The solution was installed and configured by Storm Europe, a leading reseller of security solutions for the network infrastructure from the desktop to the gateways.

Founded in 1879, the Junior King's School’s roots go back to the sixth century and the arrival in Canterbury of St Augustine. Bringing the school into the 21st century has meant exploiting the latest that IT can offer education, and with that has followed a series of security headaches for the school’s Network Manager Nigel Prebble.

Mr Prebble explains: “As a coeducational Boarding and Day School with nearly 400 pupils aged from three to 13 years, we face special sensitivities in terms of limiting Internet access to safe, secure websites. As well as the ever changing legislation demands, we need to be able to reassure parents that their children cannot access inappropriate websites or unsafe chat rooms.”

“St Bernard’s iPrism allows us to adhere to a security policy at a price that we can afford. It offers excellent reporting functionality and gives us all the hands on control that we need. It is also extremely easy to use and saves valuable time; above all, it offers peace of mind!”

"iPrism is proving very popular with schools because it is a low maintenance Web filtering solution which doesn’t interfere with the school’s network and also operates seamlessly in the background,” explains Terry Cave, vice president EMEA at St. Bernard. “It therefore enables staff to monitor and control Web access, making the Internet a more safe and productive environment for all users of the school’s network.”

“iPrism provides schools with much needed control and helps them to protect their pupils and staff, as well as their reputation,” comments Mark Vickers from Storm Europe. “It also enables them to enforce a simple but effective Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for Internet access which is essential from a legislative perspective.”

For further information visit www.junior-kings.co.uk
www.storm-europe.com

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For further press information please contact the St Bernard UK Press Office:

Katie King
St Bernard UK Press Office
Mobile: 07974 161 179
Email: StBernardUK@2thefore.biz

Catherine Fairnell
Sales & Marketing EMEA
St Bernard
Mobile: +44(0)7711 585 531
Office: +44 (0)1276 401640

About St. Bernard:

St. Bernard Software, Inc. (OTCBB: SBSW) is a global provider of security appliances and hosted solutions, including secure content management, archiving and collaboration, The company’s award-winning products deliver innovative security solutions that offer the best combination of ease-of-use, performance and value.

Established in 1995 with headquarters in San Diego, CA and international offices in the United Kingdomand the Netherlands, St. Bernard sells and supports its products directly and through solution partners worldwide. For more information, please visit www.stbernard.com.

©2007 St. Bernard Software Inc. All rights reserved. The St. Bernard Software logo, LivePrism, iPrism and Open File Manager are trademarks of St. Bernard Software Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are hereby acknowledged.

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