Press Release

MATTOON, Ill. – Jan. 29, 2018 – Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: CNSL), a leading broadband and business communications provider, today announced the launch of On-site Secure, a fully-managed, highly-available security offering that addresses the most sophisticated security threats with industry-leading technology. Consolidated’s On-site Secure uniquely integrates next-generation firewall capabilities, advanced endpoint protection and threat intelligence, providing customers with a greater sense of control over their networks, along with increased network visibility.

“On-site Secure features state-of-the-art security and is ideal for businesses that have a need or preference for an on-premise solution,” said Doug Abolt, vice president of commercial product marketing at Consolidated Communications. “On-site Secure proactively guards against an ever-growing list of innovative attacks that put critical data and applications at-risk, freeing up IT resources from spending valuable time on security infrastructure work.”

On-site Secure has four core feature sets that work together to safely enable applications and users, while preventing threats that impact business continuity. The next-generation security platform inspects all traffic on the customer’s network – including applications, threats and content while proactively identifying malicious attempts to damage networks.

“This security solution reduces response times to incidents, mitigates end-user downtime and decreases security operation costs for businesses,” added Abolt.

Consolidated Communications’ experienced team fully administers and manages all updates and upgrades, providing customers with robust reporting and administration tools, and working with customers to streamline security network deployment.

Learn more about Consolidated’s On-site Secure at

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