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Redemtech Establishes Practice

Redemtech announced it is establishing a Security and Asset Protection Practice to strengthen its industry-leading security offering

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Redemtech (www.redemtech.com), a leading provider of Technology Change Management (TCM) services, announced today it is establishing a Security and Asset Protection Practice to strengthen its industry-leading security offering. The newly created position will be responsible for auditing Redemtech and customer practices for physical security and chain-of-custody control of data-bearing assets along the entire supply chain. This will enable Redemtech, which serves many privacy regulated companies in banking, healthcare, and insurance, to continue to tighten off-network security practices for IT asset disposition and to proactively assist clients in identifying and closing physical and data security gaps in their enterprise.

"Redemtech has worked closely with our clients to develop a suite of off-network security offerings that have become best practices in the industry," said Bob Houghton, president of Redemtech. "This new position enables us to be more proactive in helping our clients integrate these best practices into their organizations and audit compliance, minimizing the risk of costly and damaging security breaches."

Redemtech Inc.

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