Leads the Way for Data Security for Top Insurance Companies in India

Mumbai, India, August 26, 2015 - India Ltd. (NASDAQ: REDF) (“Rediff” or “the Company”), an India-based internet company which delivers digital content and commerce services, announced today that more than half of the leading insurance companies in India selected’s platform for critical business operations. Leading insurance companies such as HDFC Standard Life, Shriram Life and ICICI Prudential rely on the platform’s interconnected data centres for immediate and secure communication between their business associates and corporate employees.

Rediff’s evolved platform is designed to meet the needs of insurance companies that are required to comply with strict security regulations and held to specific data-privacy standards. Rediff ensures encrypted data transmission, conducts regular security audits, and allows for seamless cross-device access, enabling insurance agents to better service the rapidly growing customer base in India.

Chief Information Officers of leading insurance companies in India endorsed Rediff with the CIO Choice Award as the preferred choice for Enterprise Class Email Solution for the second consecutive year, citing the platform’s security and reliability as the best in the industry.

“Rediff’s platform has surpassed our expectations and helped to increase our always-on-the-go sales team’s productivity multi-fold,” commented Sharad Sadadekar - CISO & Associate Vice President - Information Security And IT Governance, HDFC Standard Life Insurance Co Ltd. “The security features and support is comparable to any international levels. There is no surprise that we are associated with Rediff for more than 5 years now and we look forward for more innovations from them. ”

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