Company Overview of Securus Technologies, Inc.
Securus Technologies, Inc. provides civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, correction, and monitoring in the United States. It offers public safety solutions, such as emergency response, incident management, public information, investigation, verification, communication, information management, inmate self-service, and monitoring products and services. The company’s public safety solutions help cities and law enforcement agencies collect, consolidate, visualize, store, and distribute information in real time to support the needs of immediate access to critical information for emergency response dispatch, mobile law enforcement, and public safety. It...
14651 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX 75254-8815
Founded in 1986
Key Executives for Securus Technologies, Inc.
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Vice President of Service and Technical Operations
Chief Information Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Securus Technologies, Inc. Key Developments
Securus Technologies Expands Marketing Agreement with Corrisoft, LLC to Offer Corrisoft's Smartphone-Based Offender Monitoring Solution to its Customer Base
Aug 16 16
Securus Technologies announced it has expanded the terms of its marketing agreement with Corrisoft, LLC and can now offer Corrisoft's smartphone-based offender monitoring solution to its customer base. In addition, the agreement also includes the purchase of legacy electronic monitoring assets as well as the service agreements for those Corrisoft customers using devices that do not currently operate on smartphone technology.
Securus Technologies Enters into an Exclusive Partnership with Harris Corporation to Distribute, Install, Operate and Maintain Harris' Cell Defender Product
Jun 29 16
Securus Technologies announced that it has entered into an exclusive partnership with Harris Corporation to distribute, install, operate and maintain Harris' Cell Defender product, which provides correctional facilities the ability to control and manage contraband cellular and wireless devices in prisons and jails in the United States. Through this partnership, Securus will have exclusivity in U.S. State, County and Local Correctional markets to sell and operate the Cell Defender product, which integrates with its existing radio frequency design and planning expertise.
Global Tel*Link Files Lawsuit Against Securus Technologies in the Inter Partes Review of GTL Patent 7,853,243
Apr 11 16
Global Tel*Link (GTL) announced that it has prevailed against Securus Technologies in the Inter Partes Review (IPR) of GTL patent 7,853,243, which protects GTL's technology for biometric and voice validation of inmate calls – widely used features of inmate calling systems and a requirement in many U.S. county jails and state prisons. The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) confirmed the validity of all of the '243 patent's claims, clearing the way for GTL to move forward with a pending infringement lawsuit against Securus involving the patent. GTL has asserted the '243 patent against Securus as part of a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, targeting alleged infringement by Securus' Secure Call Platform, which Securus has described as the "heart" of its centralized communications management systems. GTL is seeking an injunction from the Texas court to prevent Securus from using its patented technologies, in addition to monetary damages for past infringement. GTL filed the patent suit against Securus in October of 2013, alleging infringement of the '243 and other GTL patents related to call management and monitoring, use of Voice over IP communications for centralized call platforms, and operation and use of voice verification in inmate calling. All of these patents focus on systems and processes involving the "heart" of Securus' centralized call system. The case was stayed last year pending the outcome of IPRs filed by Securus against some of the patents; one of the IPRs was denied review by the PTAB, the '243 has been validated and the final IPR remains under consideration by the PTAB, with a decision expected later this month. GTL has never licensed to any competitor the technologies at issue in its lawsuit against Securus and is therefore seeking an injunction that, if granted, would require Securus to cease using GTL's patented technologies on its platforms at all facilities where infringement is occurring.
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