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Content Raven Signs International Reseller Agreement With WAMNET Japan

MARLBOROUGH, MA — (Marketwired) — 10/18/13 — , a content security company that helps enterprises achieve greater control over their intellectual property as it is being shared externally, today announced that it has entered into a reseller agreement with WAMNET Japan K.K. (WAMNET), a market leader in secure digital data transfer. Under the terms of the agreement, WAMNET will be able to provide its customers with Content Raven-s content security solution as part of its GigaCC cloud-based file sharing and transfer service.

Content Raven-s unique, easy-to-use “trusted viewing” solution enables users to securely share and track rich media, video, and other critical documents across any device, including mobile, without risk of loss or abuse. Content Raven ensures secure distribution of content by protecting the actual files and giving senders complete control over how and where those files are accessed by the recipient. Content Raven offers analytics that show senders who sees their content and how it is being used. They can also track the geographic location of viewers, the frequency of views, duration of each view, and even the type of device it is viewed on.

“When we queried our customers about what they needed the most, a clear majority indicated that they were seeking a simple, effective way to protect their proprietary data that went beyond the capabilities of digital rights management (DRM) solutions. We chose to partner with Content Raven because it offers the most comprehensive, easy-to-use content security product on the market today,” said Nobuyuki Fukui, president and CEO of WAMNET. “Our relationship with Content Raven will enable us to offer our customers the advanced content protection services they demand without the cost or complexity of conventional DRM solutions.”

In support of the strategic relationship with WAMNET, Content Raven has launched a fully localized version of its content control solution, including a Japanese language website and user interface, and locally installed servers. This marks Content Raven-s second international expansion, following its entry into the European market in 2012.

“We see enormous potential for data security in Asia, where the adoption of mobile technology is particularly swift, and a widespread movement to the cloud is underway,” said Ron Matros, CEO of Content Raven. “We are proud to partner with WAMNET Japan and provide the technology that will enable them to enhance their data security offerings and give customers a better way to protect their intellectual property.”

empowers enterprises of all sizes to control intellectual property and other valuable content as it is shared externally. The company provides content distribution and control through the cloud, with usage analytics, to mobile and other devices focused on rich media. Content Raven-s end-to-end content control and analytics solution enables users to securely and easily share and track rich media, video, and other critical documents without risk of loss or abuse. Easy to use, with no software installation required, Content Raven is the first and only cloud-based content control solution that supports multiple devices, including mobile, and any type of content format. Companies around the world use Content Raven to control how their outbound content is consumed and managed. Content Raven is headquartered in Marlborough, MA.

is the leading provider of data transfer and storage services for video, music and image sources in Japan. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Tokyo, Japan. WAMNET Japan K.K. operates as a subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, a leading Japanese trading corporation with extensive business lines in media, telecommunications and technology infrastructure segments.

With stronger personal information protection laws and internal controls, we are often asked by companies to rigorously manage their files. Meanwhile, with the spread of mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, there are more paperless presentations and information sharing with large files. allows users to send and receive sensitive corporate files and data from presentations to personal data and design information.

Laura Nelson or Jeff Lavery
SVM Public Relations

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