Danish telco clamps down on spam, viruses and malware

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Danish telecommunications company TDC has successfully completed deployment of a security system at its network edge designed to protect subscribers from spam, viruses and other malicious attacks.

After carrying out in-house development and customisation to Openwave's Edge Gx Anti-Abuse platform, the operator rolled out the system designed to beef up its network edge defences by boosting anti-spam and anti-virus filtering.

The system is designed to defend against messaging abuse on both inbound and outbound messages, preventing spammers from infiltrating its carrier networks and illegally sending out unsolicited emails or harmful viruses 

"As spam and viruses continue to flood the internet and as spammers and hackers continue to perfect their craft, we must be confident of our ability to protect the end-user," said Per Rasmussen, vice president, TDC Residential. 

"Openwave has provided a solution that has helped us quickly protect our customers, alleviated the pressure spam puts on our network capacity and reduced the overall cost in combating the abuse" 

TDC is a Danish-based provider of communications services with presence in Northern and Central Europe. The firm is organized as six main business lines; TDC Solutions, TDC Mobile International, TDC Switzerland , TDC Cable TV, TDC Directories and TDC Services.

http://tdc.dk/
www.openwave.com


 

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