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SecureLogix and Fortress deliver VoIP security solutions to Southeast Asian markets


SecureLogix and Fortress deliver VoIP security solutions to Southeast Asian markets
Company SecureLogix Corporation, being a provider of corporate level VoIP solutions and UC networking border security and intelligence applications, has launched a sales and marketing partnership with Fortress Pte in order to sell UC and VoIP security solutions to Southeast Asian markets.
Enterprise Fortress Pte, a distributor of network and IT security solutions to resellers in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) area, will disseminate SecureLogix’s ETM Enterprise Telephony Management System with the purpose to assist its channel partners ensure the complete coverage of ever increasing voice security requirements from customers, by using UC and VoIP solutions. The ETM System is an essential element of SIP trunking migration as it supposed to secure, optimize and simplify the operational handling of comprehensive enterprise voice/UC networks from different kinds of security attacks, frauds, data stealing, on-line thefts and other service abuse over TDM and VoIP (SIP) enterprise connectivity. This is achieved by means of enterprise-wide voice network intelligence and holistic policy imposing. The ETM System provides firewall safety, performance tracking, call reporting associated with analytics and recording applications, enterprise-level policy enforcement and unified intelligence throughout enterprise networks with all set of involved vendors and services. Additionally it offers centric support of TDM and SIP traffic from any formats of VoIP solutions and switch vendors. "Fortress's task is to bring up certain niche products into Asian regions. We view SecureLogix as a niche, tier-one security vendor with products and services we can provide to government, financial, and manufacturing verticals and other enterprise sectors," explained Charles Fong, CEO of Fortress. "This partnership marks our strategic commitment to ensure market leading, innovative, secure IT data and communications solutions that can fit for businesses of all sizes,” Fong added. “With SecureLogix, we will be capable to provide a sophisticated and complementary array of security solutions to our marketing partners and customers, giving them completely holistic protection for voice and data processing." Due to the world-class voice and UC security and management applications of the ETM System, customers receives complete 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, as boasted by company. "Our decade spanned measured data trends demonstrates that exploitation of the phone network for illegal or fraudulent purposes is growing rapidly worldwide,” said Lee Sutterfield, president of SecureLogi. “For instance, we know organized harassing calling campaigns that disrupt business are on the rise and the number of perpetrators is increasing rapidly.”VoIP solutions have gained total dominance during the past twelve months. In fact, In-Stat has foreseen that mobile VoIP services actually tripled in users last year. “While VoIP is a well-defined market, mobile VoIP is still in its infancy, with most offerings only being developed over the past several years -- and because it's in its nascent stage, there are significant opportunities for companies to develop the market," Amy Cravens, senior analyst at In-Stat added.


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