MyInternetServices Gains CDSA Content Protection Accreditation

February 3, 2012 · Posted in Latest News 

MyInternetServices.com, LLC, (MIS) North America’s leading managed game server solutions provider, today announced its successful renewal of the Content Delivery and Security Association’s (CDSA) Content Protection and Security accreditation. MIS is the world’s first managed game server solutions provider to have successfully been certified against this stringent data security standard.

“We are very proud to be recognized as one of the ‘World’s Most Secure Content Services’” said Greg Howard, CEO of MIS.  “Having MIS’s content security approaches benchmarked against the stringent standards established by the CDSA – and once again achieving the CDSA accreditation – demonstrates the ongoing commitment of MIS to content security in an insecure world.”

“MIS offers game publishers and developers unparalleled scalability for their XBox360, PS3 and PC server bases, together with experienced live support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year,” said Edgar Lutter COO of MIS. “The coupling of our industry leading scalability and service with industry leading content protection and security is an offering that no other managed game server company can rightfully claim.”

“Content holders are ‘asking for (a site’s) CDSA audit more and more these days because it serves as a recognized badge of content security.  CDSA accredited sites have successfully undergone an intensive digital and physical audit of their site’s security and copyright policies procedures, making companies like MIS one of the industry’s most elite supply chain partners,” says Peter Wallace, Director of Worldwide Anti-Piracy, CDSA

MyInternetServices.com, LLC. is North America’s largest independent managed game server solutions provider. Together with its strategic partner, Netherlands based Interactive 3D; MIS can deploy thousands of servers worldwide to meet demand for even the largest gaming titles. All datacenters employ the best available local networks and pre-selected global transit providers for optimized connectivity, minimized latency and systemic redundancy.

MIS’s 24/7/365 Network Operations Center located in Southern California and its backup Network Operations Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands provide continuous monitoring of the entire infrastructure that supports the deployed server base.  MIS’s fault monitoring protocols constantly scan its devices and connections from individual game server instance to global network level interfaces.  Visibility into every point of contact controlled by MIS and real-time event notifications give MIS the ability to anticipate and avoid many types of problems before they occur, and if a fault develops to fix it as quickly as possible with a minimum of disruption to gameplay.Primary datacenter locations include: United States (California, Florida, Georgia, Texas, Virginia), Canada (Toronto), United Kingdom (London), the Netherlands (Amsterdam and Rotterdam), France (Paris), Germany (Frankfurt), Russia (Moscow), Brazil (São Paulo), Japan (Tokyo), Australia (Sydney), China (Hong Kong), Singapore, and South Africa (Johannesburg). Onsite security, closed circuit televisions and pass card protections control facilities access.  Diesel-powered generators and uninterruptible power systems provide redundant power should a critical incident occur on the power grid. These combined protections allow MIS to offer its game publisher clients industry leading 99.999% uptime guarantees covering hardware, power, and network devices (including firewalls, load balancers, routers, and switches).For more information about MIS, a CDSA and SSAE 16 (Type II) certified company, visit www.GlobalGameServers.com ; or for executive interviews, please contact Edmar Mendizabal, Director of Business Development, emendizabal@globalgameservers.com, USA(626) 802-5900, Skype: MISEMendizabal, or visit: www.globalgameservers.com.

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