Electronic Security Association (ESA)

KeepYourIP pledges support for ESA

Irving, Texas (July 26, 2012) — The Electronic Security Association (ESA) is pleased to announce that KeepYourIP has pledged its support as a Silver-level Executive Strategic Partner (ESP) for 2012. KeepYourIP is the first and only internet data forwarding service designed especially for the security industry.

“I am very excited to have KeepYourIP be a part of the Executive Strategic Partner program,” said KeepYourIP Director of Sales & Marketing and Principal Davin A. Roos. “Ever since we have joined ESA, we have had an experience like no other and now with the ESP program we will be able to deliver and participate in all that ESA has to offer. ESA truly sets the bar for an alarm association and we are looking forward to many more years of success with them.”

After many alarm manufacturers began offering products that communicate to the central station via the internet, the need for an IP forwarding service developed. Since February 2011, KeepYourIP has filled that need by enabling alarm dealers to own a specific IP address for secure communications between panels and receivers.

ESA launched the ESP program in 2008 and offers it exclusively to ESA associate members. The ESP program provides funding to support ESA programs that promote and enhance the industry. As a Silver-level partner, KeepYourIP will receive valuable and powerful exposure through ESA’s available media, unique promotion at signature events and direct access to members.

"Executive Strategic Partners make one commitment up front and receive all-inclusive advertising and sponsorship packages that support vital ESA initiatives throughout the year,” said ESA Executive Strategic Partnership Program Chair George De Marco. "We greatly appreciate their support as leaders of this industry.”

Companies interested in learning more about the Executive Strategic Partnership program should contact Shannon Murphy, ESA vice president of sales and marketing, at (888) 447-1689, ext. 6835, or via e-mail at Shannon.Murphy@ESAweb.org.