Leading Malta based PBX and Website Security Software Companies, 3CX and Acunetix, Sponsor Exiles Sports Club

Malta, June 29 2011 – 3CX, international telecommunications developer of Windows-based PBX software with Acunetix, developer of leading website security scanning software have signed a sponsorship deal with Maltese Waterpolo team, Exiles Sports Club. The team will compete under the name of 3CX Exiles during the forthcoming Summer Competitions.

3CX Exiles Sponsored by 3CX and AcunetixLeading organisations and international companies such as NASA, The Pentagon, the US Air Force, Danone and Sony use Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner to protect their websites and web applications.

3CX Phone System is used all over the world in companies such as Formula One’s Team Lotus, MIT, Ohio State University, RE/MAX and Nationwide Insurance.

“We are proud to have 3CX and Acunetix as sponsors of our Waterpolo team. Both companies are well-established in Malta with an impressive international customer base. This agreement solidifies Exiles’ position as a force to be reckoned with this season and in the coming years,” said club President, Andrew Paris. “We have been developing our club mainly from our youth teams over the past few years and are now reaping the benefits of our policies. The 3CX and Acunetix sponsorship deal has allowed us to secure the clubs’ players on long term contracts, with two of our National Team players – goalkeeper Alan Borg Cole and Captain Timmy Sullivan, signing 4 year extensions to their contracts. Other players, Julian Rizzo Naudi, David Pace Lupi, Kurt Griscti, Andrew Zarb Cousin and Kayne Lanzon, have also signed new contracts.”

Exiles Sports Club Sponsored by 3CX and Acunetix“3CX and its sister company, Acunetix, are proud to sponsor Exiles Sports Club,” said Nick Galea, CEO of 3CX and Acunetix. “We have a long standing presence in Malta and we plan to expand our operations and workforce on the island. We are pleased to show our commitment to Malta and its community by sponsoring this formidable sports club”.

As part of the relationship, 3CX and Acunetix will work with 3CX Exiles across a wide range of activities during the summer. The sponsorship deal will allow the club to continue building on its youth development, encouraging youngsters to join in the Waterpolo community.

About 3CX

3CX is the developer of 3CX Phone System – an open standard unified communications platform for Windows that works with standard SIP phones and replaces a proprietary PBX. 3CX is more manageable and can deliver substantial cost savings besides increasing productivity. Leading companies worldwide such as Team Lotus, Ohio State University, MIT and RE/MAX use 3CX Phone System. 3CX Phone System for Windows has earned Windows Server Certification and has received numerous awards, including The Windowsnetworking.com Gold Award, the Windows IT Pro magazine 2008 Editor’s Best Award and a Best Buy Award by Computer Shopper Magazine. 3CX has offices in the UK, USA, Germany, Cyprus, Malta, Australia and Hong Kong. For more information visit: http://www.3cx.com.

About Acunetix

Acunetix was founded in 2004 to combat the alarming rise in web attacks. Its flagship product, Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner, is the result of several years of work by a team of highly experienced security developers. Leading International companies and organisations such as NASA, the US Air Force, The Pentagon, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Sony, use Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner to protect their websites and web applications. Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner has won numerous awards including the WindowSecurity.com Web Application Security award for four times in succession. Acunetix is a privately held European company with offices in the UK, Cyprus and Malta. For more information about Acunetix, visit: http://www.acunetix.com.

About 3CX Exiles Sports Club

Established in 1967, 3CX Exiles is a private Waterpolo team managed by Andrew Paris. The club participates in Division I in Malta and aims to achieve the highest honours possible. The 3CX Exiles crest is derived from Julianne’s “Lucky” Tower that overlooks the clubs’ premises. For more information on 3CX Exiles, visit: http://www.exiles.com.mt