|By PR Newswire||
|September 2, 2014 08:15 AM EDT||
BERN, Switzerland, September 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The DECT Forum, the international association of the wireless consumer and enterprise communication industry, is pleased to announce that new or updated headsets, handsets and base stations from full members Plantronics (CS500 Series) and SGW (BT 8500) passed the DECT Security certification and are authorised to carry the Security logo.
The DECT Security Certification program enables full members of the DECT Forum to obtain formal certification for their products to confirm they are compliant with the latest security requirements of the DECT standard. The DECT Security logo is a registered trademark, owned by the DECT Forum. The logo is only licensed for use on products, which meet DECT Forum security certification requirements.
"I am pleased that our Security Certification Program is being adopted by more and more member companies," says Andreas Zipp, Chairman of the DECT Forum. "We would like to encourage even more manufacturers to participate in the program and look forward to more certification announcements during 2014."
The DECT Security Certification handbook, which contains all relevant legal and technical documents of the program, is available for download: http://dect.org/downloads.aspx
All certified DECT Security products are listed on the DECT Forum website: http://dect.org/security-certification.aspx
About DECT Forum:
The DECT Forum is the international association of the wireless home and enterprise communication industry. DECT Security, DECT 6.0, J-DECT and CAT-iq are worldwide-adopted technologies with high relevance for cordless voice, wireless broadband home and enterprise communication. Full members of the DECT Forum are currently: Aastra, Ascom, AVM, Binatone, CCT, Cetecom, Deutsche Telekom, Dialog Semiconductor, DSP Group, Gigaset, GN Netcom, Mitrastar, NEC, Nemko, Orange, Panasonic, Pioneer, Plantronics, RTX, Sagemcom, Sercomm, SGW, Sharp, Spectralink, Swissvoice, Technicolor, Vtech, ZTE.
For more information please contact:
DECT Forum Marketing
SOURCE DECT Forum
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