Michael Liebi started the company in Bern in 1994, laying the foundations for the development of United Security Providers to become the highest performing IT security provider in Switzerland.
Development of platforms and software for ATMs and ticket sales. Information security is a dominant theme in these sensitive areas.
United Security Providers embarks on its increasing specialisation in Identity & Access Management with the realisation of the first single sign-on and portal security projects.
Contra-cyclical expansion in the Zurich region. This acquisition added to our portfolio our own key products in the application and perimeter security sectors.
Integration of Netbeat AG into the group. Expansion of services into the managed services sector (operation and monitoring of secure infrastructures).
Taking over Sophia Schweiz AG has strengthened United Security Providers' capabilities in product development.
United Security Providers launches its international expansion by entering the German and Austrian markets.
Appointment of Jürg Schwarzenbach to the board of directors. United Security Providers added the renowned IT entrepreneur to its board.
USP Secure Entry Server® goes amazon EC2 Cloud. A solution provided ready-to-use completely from the cloud is available as an alternative to hardware appliances and virtual appliances.
Launch of the first network access control «as a service» product in Europe, with the new NAC now also being attractive to smaller companies.
Clearer alignment to current market needs formation of new business units:
Network Access Control
Web Access Management
Managed Security Services
Security Consulting & Projects
United Security Providers opened up to Great Britain in the start of 2015 when it established its London branch.
Being a Swiss producer and distributor of products in the fields of network and application security, United Security Providers is permitted, as a member of the Swiss Made Software organisation, to use the quality label to certify its products.
eCH promotes, develops and publishes e-government standards.
eCH objectives follow Switzerland's e-government strategy:
United Security Providers is a member of Swiss ICT, the Swiss trade association for information and communications technology. The association promotes the exchange of experience and networking and offers members a platform for continuous professional development.
Intranet, Internet and extranet brought together in one secure, standardised system, designed from end to end: that is OneGov – a powerful platform for administration that makes efficient e-government and e-business possible. The modular system is intuitive in use and can be easily and quickly adapted to the changing needs of the users. OneGov simplifies internal and external collaboration and supports efficient and secure communication with customers and partners.
The association promotes the exchange of information relating to telecommunications by businesses in all sectors of the economy and promotes fair competition in the liberalised market.
JUG Switzerland promotes the use of Java technology in Switzerland. JUG Switzerland helps in the exchange of experience and information between its members. The specialists at United Security Providers are always up-to-date with the latest Java technologies.
As a member of ISSS Information Security Society Switzerland, United Security Providers at the heart of affairs in the exchange of information about developments in the information society.