Subsentio, a provider of services for court ordered lawful electronic surveillance, revealed that it has joined the IntelePeer (News - Alert) Fluent ‘Federation as a Service’ (FaaS) Marketplace and has implemented a new channel for Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) compliance.
Steve Bock, president of Subsentio, said, “With the rapid surge in court orders for lawful intercept up some 150 percent over the last decade many communications service providers struggle to keep pace with CALEA’s strict compliance regimen. Now CSPs can meet all compliance requirements of the law ‘in the cloud’ and at the same time leverage the power of Subsentio’s service bureau for legal and law enforcement expertise.”
Subsentio asserted that it offers Safe Harbor Probe, an easy-to-install, self-contained system that provides packet interception, mediation, administration, and VPN security – all in one device. The company’s clients range from national carriers to ultra-small rural providers.
By taking its solution to the cloud with IntelePeer’s assistance, Subsentio has opened access to communications service providers who are pre-integrated on IntelePeer’s hosted platform. These providers can also easily ensure CALEA compliance via Subsentio’s newly initiated easy-to-use economical channel.
IntelePeer explained that its Fluent FaaS enables service providers to connect globally and offer value-added services such as HD audio and video along with third-party applications such as call recording, hosted IVR and fraud prevention to their customers. The company acknowledged that it has been experiencing an increase in demand for its cloud-based approach to UC services. And with a lot of communications service providers being subject to CALEA, the addition of Safe Harbor Probe into its marketplace is a valuable service to both public and law enforcement agencies.
Subsentio added that the underlying platform for its active services is Verint (News - Alert) STAR-GATE, an advanced system that is highly scalable and capable of managing multiple lawful intercepts on network elements from a broad variety of switching manufacturers.