ORANGE, Calif. — IronWall360 from 360Civic, an established leader in the field of online privacy protection, is proud to announce it will provide its proprietary monitoring and protection service to California’s Statewide University Police Association (SUPA).
SUPA is a nonprofit that represents nearly 400 police officers in the California State University Police System. These officers are entrusted with protecting the safety of 412,000 students and 43,000 faculty and staff on 23 college campuses.
“We are proud to provide this protection to the officers who help make college a safer experience for thousands of students throughout the state,” said 360Civic CEO Ron Zayas.
“Our system searches every day for places online where the addresses and phone numbers of those under our protection are displayed – and when we find them, we take action,” Zayas said. “Those that refuse to comply are referred to the Attorney General’s office, or sued in court – one way or another, that content is coming down.”
“Our mission is to provide as many services and support as we can for the men and women who serve the largest public university system in the country,” said SUPA President Matt Kroner. “Adding privacy protection is one more way to accomplish this objective.”
Those wishing to sign up for online privacy protection can do so at https://360civic.com/ironwall360-free-trial
IronWall360, provided by 360Civic, works with superior courts, justice departments and law enforcement agencies as a legally-contracted agent, to formally remove any personal information from any website in violation of state and federal restrictions. For more information, visit https://ironwall360.com/