SUBSENTIO® LAUNCHES LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE SERVICES IN BRAZIL
World’s Leading Trusted Third Party Firm to Help Law Enforcement Agencies Stop and Apprehend Criminals and Terrorists in Latin America’s Most Populous Nation
DENVER, March 5, 2018 – Subsentio today announced it has introduced its suite of advanced lawful intercept and records production services in Brazil, now the 22nd nation where the world-leading “trusted third party” of legal compliance technology solutions supports law enforcement efforts to stop and prevent criminal and terrorist activity.
Subsentio’s Safe Harbor Probe® will soon be available to Brazilian law enforcement and government agencies to monitor potentially criminal and terrorist individuals across a population of over 200 million. The Safe Harbor Probe® is a proprietary solution that operates on a variety of networks used by communications service providers.
“Our Safe Harbor Probe® will be used by local and federal police, support global standards and adhere to Brazil’s code of law,” said Steve Bock, president and CEO of Subsentio. “We are very proud to provide a suite of services that helps ensure national security, supports the laws of every country where we do business, and as a direct result improves the personal safety and quality of life for millions of individuals.”
Subsentio’s entry to Brazil, which takes place following an export license approval by the U.S. Department of Commerce, sets the stage for the company’s plans to provide the same crime-stopping, and often life-saving capabilities throughout Latin and Central America.
According to a 2018 report by the Igarapé Institute, a Brazilian-based think tank focused on security issues, every year more than one-third of the world’s murders occur in Latin America, home to just 8 percent of the global populace. Four nations – Brazil, Columbia, Mexico and Venezuela – account for 25 percent of the murders on earth.
“Lawful intercept and public safety go hand-in-hand,” said Joel Margolis, Subsentio General Counsel. “Since passage of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act in the early 1990s, violent crimes in the United States have declined 48 percent. It is Subsentio’s vision to spread this mission worldwide, in keeping with other countries’ laws and policies.”
Subsentio provides total solutions for compliance with records production and surveillance laws including the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act. Subsentio’s CALEA Compliance Bureau model is unique in the industry, providing all components essential to compliance with the law, including outstanding technology, legal expertise, and direct experience in law enforcement. The company is based in Centennial, Colorado and Chantilly, Virginia, and serves 22 nations in the Americas, Europe and the Asiapac region. www.subsentio.com