SuperCom Ltd. (NASDAQ: SPCB) Asserts its Product and Service Superiority with its PureSecurity(TM) Offender Monitoring Solutions

  • SuperCom, a global leading provider of traditional and digital identity solutions, is pushing its EM solutions, specifically in the field of preventing domestic violence
  • Its products and services have so far been adopted by various governments and institutions around the world, among them two recent new clients in North America
  • According to Ordan Trabelsi, SuperCom’s President and CEO, this is a testament to the undeniable effectiveness and reliability of the company’s solutions

SuperCom (NASDAQ: SPCB), a global leading provider of traditional and digital identity solutions offering advanced identification and security products and solutions to governments, has, since 1988, been a trailblazer and leader in its space. So far, it has carved out a significant market share globally, and this all stems from a deep understanding of the problems on the ground and offering sustainable and practical solutions that have proven, time and time again, to work.

Its offender monitoring services and solutions are evidence of this. By combining its SuperCom Electronic Monitoring (“EM”) platform with LCA’s EM programs and community-based services, SuperCom can deliver efficient operations, outstanding compliance, and highly successful outcomes. This is the product of decades of experience implementing RFID solutions and large-scale government projects, which has birthed offerings such as the PureSecurity(TM) platform and products that offer a life-saving, preventive solution for domestic abuse victims (

The overall effectiveness of this offering can be affirmed by its adoption by various governments and institutions worldwide and their raving reviews of SuperCom’s EM solutions. It is a testament to the value of technology and its role in protecting domestic abuse victims, especially at a time when countries are desperately looking for solutions to ongoing threats of domestic violence.

In January 2024, the UK’s Home Office announced a £2m pot for individuals who lack the money to escape an abusive partner. The pot would see domestic abuse victims claim payment of up to £500 for stapes such as food and nappies or apply for up to £2,500 to go towards housing. This program took into account the fact that having kids, a lack of money, a lack of confidence, and the fear of reprisal kept so many domestic abuse victims locked into dangerous and harmful situations for far too long. With the funding, the program gives the victims the resources to distance themselves from their abusers and hopefully start a new life (

While it is a noble course, it is not sustainable, mainly because the program will only run until March 2025 and is a costly solution. In addition, there is no guarantee that the perpetrator still won’t get close to the victim and potentially abuse them again. With slightly over 600 people having benefitted from the program so far, the management is optimistic that it will get to help hundreds more by the time it comes to a close. However, SuperCom offers a more viable alternative with its EM solution, which doesn’t involve the victims fleeing but allows them to maintain their lives.

This overall superiority of its offering is evidenced by Finland’s Ministry of Justice’s adoption of SuperCom’s EM technology for incarcerated individuals and those on probation. From the onset, Finland’s main objective was to empower Finnish authorities, safeguard victims, and proactively prevent domestic violence incidents, ultimately enhancing the safety and well-being of Finnish citizens ( Evidently, SuperCom’s solution is more practical and effective and does not involve the victims uprooting their lives, moving elsewhere, and starting again from scratch.

“We are delighted to secure another program for our innovative Domestic violence Solution; this time in Finland,” noted Ordan Trabelsi, President and CEO of SuperCom, while announcing the securing of a new national program with the government of Finland.

“This {also} acts as another testament to the undeniable effectiveness and reliability of our solutions,” he added.

This partnership with the Finnish government demonstrates the incredible work SuperCom has done in perfecting its products and services and the lengths it has gone to make it the go-to brand for EM solutions, particularly for victims of domestic violence. It is expected that as time progresses, even more governments around the world will adopt the offering, thereby amplifying its impact and bringing relief to millions of domestic abuse victims around the world.

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