Subsentio Gets US Export Approval for Cloud-Based Virtual Surveillance Tool

Centennial, Colorado-based electronic surveillance services provider Subsentio has secured clearance from the U.S. government to export a cloud-based virtual surveillance platform to a customer in Europe.

The company said Tuesday its Subsentio cloud-based virtual lawful intercept platform meets the European Telecommunications Standards Institute’s technical requirements.

Steve Bock, Subsentio president and CEO, said the approval reflects the company’s efforts to uphold public safety and national security standards.

Subsentio will leverage its U.S. export license to seek clearances from other countries to deliver electronic surveillance tools to international communication service providers.

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