Tier-1 Latin American Telco Selects Secure64 to Replace BIND Servers

For Immediate Release:

Tier-1 Latin American Telco Selects Secure64 to Replace BIND Servers

Greenwood Village, CO – January 17, 2017 – Secure64, the leading provider of Genuinely Secure DNS servers today announced that the leading telco provider in Costa Rica has selected Secure64 to replace their legacy BIND environment and deploy Secure64’s DNS Guard security services to protect their network and end users from malware.

“Facing increased competition, this leading carrier engaged Secure64 to enhance their network security and improve overall quality of service,” said Mark Beckett, VP of Product and Marketing, Secure64. “Their existing DNS infrastructure, which was based on BIND legacy servers, had suffered service outages due to attacks that negatively impacted the customer experience. By selecting Secure64 the carrier was able to improve network availability and differentiate their service by deploying DNS-based security services that protect their subscribers from malware.”

Secure64 DNS servers are not based on BIND and, as a result, are not vulnerable to BIND vulnerabilities.

About Secure64 Software Corporation

Secure64 brings trust to the internet through its suite of purpose-built, secure, DNS-based network security products. The company was built on a foundation of security and has forged solutions that are self-protecting and immune to malware.  Secure64 secures the DNS infrastructures of leading service providers, government agencies and enterprises globally.

Secure64 is a privately held company founded by technology and financial veterans and boasts deep technical and global experience in its leadership and staff.  It is the only DNS solution provider that has authored a secure micro OS, automated the deployment of DNSSEC and built self-protecting DNS servers. For more information, visit www.secure64.com

Theresa DeGroote
Secure64 Software Corporation