Impero Software Appoints Richard Cremona to its Board of Directors

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Updated 6/24/2020 8:43 AM

Student safety leader Impero has named Richard Cremona to its board of directors.

Cremona, who is based in Chicago, will bring his vast experience in business, security and technology to Impero to support its continued expansion worldwide. Cremona has extensive experience in leading technology companies. Most recently, he served as chief executive officer and vice chairman of the board of the OpSec Security Group, a global leader in authentication and brand protection solutions. He has also held senior level positions with AT&T, Lucent Technologies, Sprint Communications, Openwave Systems and Kentrox throughout his extensive career.


"We are very excited to have Richard join our board," said Justin Reilly, CEO of Impero Software. "His extensive experience working with global technology powerhouses and cyber-security companies will be of immense benefit as we continue our strategic direction to grow Impero, providing safeguarding solutions to protect students around the world."

Cremona added: "With the challenges that all levels of education are facing everywhere, EdTech has become even more crucial. I am looking forward to working with the Impero team to assist as they expand their world class solutions into the fast growing EdTech marketplace."

About Impero:

Impero Software offers remote monitoring and management software, relied upon by education establishments around the world. Founded in 2002, Impero Software is now accessed by over 2 million devices in over 90 countries.

Impero's cutting edge EdTech software consolidates a range of powerful classroom, network and device management features enabling schools and colleges to reduce costs and improve both staff and student productivity. Impero's sophisticated online safety functionality uses keyword detection technology, monitoring and reporting tools to help schools safeguard students online and offline. For more information visit:

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