Standard Register and Zafesoft Establish Strategic Relationship

Two Exploring Opportunities to Leverage Security Technology

DAYTON, Ohio & SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Standard Register (NYSE: SR), a leader in document and information management solutions, and Zafesoft, a provider of information security solutions, today announced they have signed an agreement to explore opportunities for leveraging Zafesoft’s unique content security technology.

“With Standard Register’s focus on healthcare, there is a great natural fit for our technology,” said Sandeep Tiwari, CEO of Zafesoft.

“The move to electronic records and data digitization puts much of this sensitive information at risk of loss,” said Brad Cates, president for Standard Register Healthcare. “Zafesoft offers a unique capability for assuring content security, which is vitally important in healthcare where there is serious concern about safeguarding patient information.”

Under federal regulations, healthcare organizations can face substantial fines for each loss incident of patient health information (PHI). Zafesoft’s technology could be used to secure the content in sensitive PHI files, with security that cascades copy and paste iterations as well as proliferation onto a wide variety of media including hard drives, servers, USBs, CDs and e-mails.

About Zafesoft

Zafesoft solutions for content security help organizations actively secure, control, and track content wherever it is utilized, empowering users with edit-ability and assurance. Zafesoft security services are the next generation of content security. Founded in 2006, San Jose, California-based Zafesoft provides a solution that works both online and offline. It secures content and derived content (such as from copy-paste, save-as, or export of original content). Zafesoft enables secure collaboration between third parties, secure work with contractors and off-shore workers, secure financial information for financial institutions and CPA firms, and secure patient data at hospitals and clinics.

For more information, contact [email protected] or +1.408. 572.5590 or visit www.zafesoft.com. In Europe, contact [email protected] or +31 30 6910025 or visit www.zafesoft.eu.

About Standard Register

Standard Register is a premier document services provider, trusted by companies to manage the critical documents they need to thrive in today's competitive climate. Employing nearly a century of industry expertise, Lean Six Sigma methodologies and other leading technologies, the Company helps organizations increase efficiency, reduce costs, mitigate risks, grow revenue and meet the challenges of a changing business landscape. The Company offers document and label solutions, technology solutions, consulting and print supply chain services to help clients manage documents throughout their enterprises. More information is available at http://www.standardregister.com.

The Standard Register Healthcare Business serves more than 3,100 hospitals and 100 of the nation's top integrated delivery networks (IDNs). It helps healthcare providers bridge the worlds of paper and electronic with document management and workflow automation solutions for patient identification and documentation, secure prescriptions, training, patient and marketing communications, as well as professional services and print supply chain services . More information is available at www.standardregister.com/healthcare.



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Standard Register
Media contact:
Christine Winters, 937-221-1804
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