Testronic’s facilities gain CDSA content protection accreditation

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Testronic, a QA, localization and compliance specialist, has gained the Content Delivery and Security Association’s (CDSA) Content Protection and Security accreditation.

The accreditation, following a strict CDSA audit, now applies to all of Testronic’s facilities (Warsaw, London and Los Angeles) across video games and film.

CDSA is the worldwide forum advocating the innovative and responsible delivery and storage of entertainment, software, and information content.

More than 100 media creation, manufacturing, and distribution facilities worldwide participate in CDSA’s Anti-Piracy & Compliance Programs, which are supported and endorsed by the intellectual property community, its supply chain partners and government enforcement agencies.

Program standards are designed to provide content supply chain security at each accredited member’s site through comprehensive security risk management assessments and ongoing audits by experienced, independent CDSA accredited auditors.

Keith Ramsdale, COO at Testronic Labs, said: “There are real challenges with cyber security in the world today, as you will have seen almost weekly in the news. It’s therefore a huge honour for us to receive this certification, which gives the film and video games industries assurance on our security practices.

“We look forward to working closely with the CDSA and its auditors going forward as we look to provide our clients with the most secure and trustworthy facilities in the content QA, localization and compliance industry.

“I would also like to thank all the Testronic staff who work so tirelessly to ensure our operational excellence on a daily basis.”

The CDSA accreditation is part of Ramsdale’s wider innovation drive across the company, encompassing the services it already offers, new services that are coming online, training and staff development.

 

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