LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 08/05/14 -- We see sensational news about the government's threat to privacy day-in, day-out -- thus far without evidence of a victim. The story never told: the flip side -- use of court-ordered lawful intercept to catch murderers, drug lords, kidnappers, child pornographers, and to save lives, prevent injury to citizens, and even halt crimes in progress.
Those interested in how actual crimes are solved via advanced lawful intercept technologies -- with the support of communications service providers as mandated by Act of Congress -- can see and hear it firsthand one week from today at ITEXPO in Las Vegas.
On Tuesday August 12 beginning at 3:15pm in Palmer Ballroom A-D at The Rio -- Las Vegas, Subsentio President Steve Bock will present "Wiretapping Up Close & Personal," a real surveillance scenario where a communications service provider provided essential support in tracking and stopping a gangland execution.
That service provider was, as required by law, compliant with the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA). Far too many of its peers, possibly including unified communications and cloud service providers attending IT EXPO, either flout or don't know the requirement -- or have technology solutions in place that don't meet the standards of the law. All risk severe legal penalties.
For their benefit, Steve Bock will also host an interactive "Risk Assessment" with audience members to grade their CALEA status, with an action plan on how to avoid their own day in court and fines of up to $10,000 per day for non-compliance.
Subsentio, Inc. www.subsentio.com is a trusted third-party provider of lawful electronic surveillance and privacy services to U.S. and international communications service providers. Based in Centennial, CO, the company specializes in the needs of advanced communication providers.