Press Release – LTAM Bank

Leading Latin American Bank Bolsters Security with Secure64

Financial Group Installs Secure Authoritative DNS Server

Greenwood Village, CO – November 15, 2017 – Secure64, the leading provider of Genuinely Secure DNS servers, today announced that a leading Latin American bank has selected Secure64® DNS Authority™ to provide critical redundancy for their DNS zones.

“Like many enterprises, this customer was hosting their DNS servers with a service provider, but wanted the added protection and redundancy of a dedicated authoritative server,” said Thad Dupper, CEO of Secure64. “They selected Secure64 DNS Authority over existing providers for several reasons, but chief among them was our secure proprietary operating system and our Pipe Protector™ feature which provides real-time protection from massive DDoS attacks.”

DNS Authority, which leverages the Secure64 SourceT proprietary operating system, has features that eliminate paths for malware injection and execution. It also incorporates protections against high volume denial of service attacks. In addition, the Secure64 Pipe Protector feature allows DNS Authority to communicate with upstream routers to effectively black hole attackers and protect network bandwidth from saturation, while tracking abusive clients that exceed bandwidth thresholds.

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

Theresa DeGroote
Secure64 Software Corporation