Ooredoo Qatar Deploys Secure64® DNS Guard To Protect Business Broadband Customers

Fort Collins, CO – January 9, 2020 – Secure64, the leading provider of Security-as-a-Service DNS solutions, announced that its security as a service solution leveraging Secure64 DNS Guard has been successfully rolled out to Ooredoo Qatar business broadband customers.

Secure64 DNS Guard is a family of DNS-based security services that protects the network and its users from harm. Because it operates within the network, DNS Guard protects users without requiring installation of any user software and protects all types of IP-enabled devices, including desktops, tablets, smartphones and CCTV’s, refrigerators and routers.

“Our partnership with Oordeoo highlights the possibilities presented when we pair Secure64 DNS Guard with an engaged, security-minded service provider,” says Steve Goodbarn, CEO of Secure64. “Through our Guard services, Ooredoo is able to offer real security and peace of mind to their business broadband customers.”

About Secure64 Software Corporation

Six of the top fifteen operators and eleven of the top thirty carriers rely on Secure64’s DNS. Our base today comprises over 1 billion representing over of 20% of the global mobile subscribers. Performing billions of DNS lookups every day across six contents has galvanized our well-earned reputation for providing highly secure, exceedingly stable and performant DNS solutions.

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 which boasts deep technical and global experience in its leadership and technical 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

Ben Weiner
Secure64 Software Corporation