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Newcastle Uses Sealed

SealedMedia announced that Newcastle Building Society has chosen its software to protect the organisation's digitised intellectual capital

LOS GATOS, Calif. -- SealedMedia Inc., the leading provider of cross-platform enterprise digital rights management (E-DRM) solutions, today announced that Newcastle Building Society has chosen its software to protect the organisation’s digitised intellectual capital. By using SealedMedia Enterprise, Newcastle shares information securely with solicitors, valuers, estate agents and other third parties.

Newcastle Building Society is one of the United Kingdom’s leading building societies, with assets in excess of £3.8 billion. Headquartered in Newcastle, England, the company maintains a network of 33 branches throughout the U.K. and in Gibraltar, to meet the complex and changing financial needs of its customer base. SealedMedia E-DRM software provides a secure platform for sharing and accessing information across Newcastle’s network.

“U.K. companies must properly safeguard customer and partner data in order to comply with regulatory mandates whilst providing peace of mind to customers,” said Pat Watson, Information Security manager for Newcastle Building Society. “SealedMedia is one of the key solutions we have implemented to deliver that peace of mind.”

“Newcastle is the latest in a growing list of international customers that now understand the value of E-DRM,” said Nigel Hopkinson, VP Sales, SealedMedia. “Regardless of a company’s vertical market or geographic location, chances are they need an E-DRM solution to ensure compliance with today’s regulatory mandates.”


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