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ZOO Digital has achieved content protection and security (CPS) accreditation from the CDSA for its Sheffield, UK, facility.

ZOO uses cloud technology to localise and distribute TV and film content from Hollywood studios and premium content owners around the world. As part of its relocation to new office space, the fit-out has been designed from the ground up to meet the CPS accreditation.

ZOO has been compliant for some time with the CDSA’s CPS programme, which covers all aspects of a company’s operations, including personal procedures, physical access and IT configuration. This first audit confirms its adherence to best practice and the highest standards in entertainment content security.

The goal of the CPS accreditation is to help pre- and post-production companies such as ZOO secure media assets at all stages of the supply chain. For over 45 years, the CDSA has served as the worldwide forum advocating the innovative and responsible delivery and storage of entertainment, software and information content.

“We’re trusted to maintain security as a top priority for the biggest names in global entertainment,” said Stuart Green, CEO at ZOO, which provides subtitling, dubbing and captioning to all major Hollywood studios, global broadcasters and online platforms from offices in Los Angeles, London and Sheffield. “It’s essential that the appropriate policies and protection are in place to safeguard the content we handle. Cutting-edge technology and quality standards need to be supported by the latest security and this certification emphasises our pledge to protect our clients’ valuable entertainment content.”