Press release

Subsentio® Completes Leveraged Buyout, Advancing Mission to Support Law Enforcement and Public Safety

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Subsentio, the world leader in end-to-end lawful intercept solutions for communications service providers (CSPs) and law enforcement agencies (LEAs), today announced it has conducted a successful leveraged buyout of the company. Under the terms of the transaction, ownership will revert to President and CEO Steve Bock, who founded the company in 2004.

“My decision to resume full control of operations is driven by our shared mission with communications service providers and law enforcement to make this world a safer place for the long-haul,” said Bock. “As our company motto emphatically states, TOGETHER WE’RE SAVING LIVES™.

Under Bock’s leadership, Subsentio has grown from a small startup to a global market leader in lawful intercept, advancing the field beyond conventional “wiretaps” to monitor voice and data communications on wireline, mobile, virtual, cloud-based and satellite networks. To ensure the utmost in public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, Subsentio has instituted comprehensive measures that buttress law enforcement’s ability to sustain national and homeland security.

“Now more than ever, public safety is the Number One Priority for telecom and Internet providers and the billions of customers they serve,” Bock said. “With the COVID-19 pandemic driving communications traffic volumes to record levels, we are seeing greater demand for lawful intercept solutions that identify and help capture dangerous elements that threaten society.”

About Subsentio

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 24 nations in the Americas, Europe and the AsiaPac region.