SecureLogix and Fortress Team to Deliver Unified Communications Security Solutions to Southeast Asian Markets

posted Jan 25, 2012, 2:12 AM by Unknown user


SecureLogix Corporation announced today that it has formed a sales and marketing relationship with Fortress Pte Ltd, a leading distributor of network and IT security solutions to resellers in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region. Under the agreement, Fortress will provide the SecureLogix® ETM® (Enterprise Telephony Management) System, helping its channel partners deliver on the compliance and voice security needs of their customers.

The SecureLogix® ETM® System helps to secure, optimize and simplify the management of complex enterprise voice/UC networks through enterprise-wide voice network intelligence and unified policy enforcement. A critical component of SIP trunking migration, the ETM® System enables a hard-dollar ROI payback in less than 12 months by securing the enterprise from attack, fraud, data leakage, financial losses and service abuse over TDM and VoIP (SIP) enterprise phone lines, while optimizing voice service and infrastructure expenses.

Fortress’s mission is to deliver niche products into Asian regions. We see SecureLogix as a niche, tier-one security partner with products and services we can deliver to government, financial, and manufacturing verticals and other enterprise sectors,” said Charles Fong, CEO of Fortress. “This agreement accentuates our commitment to deliver market leading, innovative, secure IT data and communications solutions that can scale for businesses of all sizes. With SecureLogix, we will be able to provide a comprehensive and complementary suite of security solutions to our channels and customers, giving them 360o protection for their voice and data networks.”

“We are excited to partner with Fortress to ensure enterprises in Asia have the best in voice network security,” said Lee Sutterfield, president of SecureLogix. “Our ten- and three-year measured data trends show that exploitation of the phone network for illegitimate or fraudulent uses is increasing worldwide. For example, we know organized harassing calling campaigns that disrupt business are on the rise and the number of perpetrators is increasing rapidly. TDoS attacks are starting to be detectable. Voice network fraud costs enterprises billions of dollars annually. The ETM System’s world-class voice and UC security and management applications provide the real-time, 24/7 visibility and control of voice network utilization, misuse and abuse critical to detecting and preventing these and other threats and securing voice networks around the world.”

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