Content production is one of the most labor intensive exercises in the media and entertainment (M&E) industry. As a result, it takes up a lion’s share of the budget too. And that is not just because of the number of people involved but inefficiencies run across production planning, time and resource management, use of technology and content logistics (storage, transfer, review). Since the outcome is what we call the IP that is monetizable, security also becomes paramount as the threat of piracy never subsides.
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HD+ operates a satellite DTH platform in Germany to deliver HD/UHD content to 2M+ paying subscribers. Intertrust offers a cloud-based broadcast security solution, ExpressPlay XCA (based on Marlin DRM), which protects content that is broadcast directly to smart TVs (D2TV) without requiring set-top boxes/CAMs.
In the media and entertainment world, content is king and central to your business model – critical investments and revenue that must be secured. Content piracy is nothing new and the pervasive idea that “piracy is not a serious crime” still writes it off as nothing more than user misbehaviour. Commercial piracy today is a full-time job, stealing and reselling for profit, driving significant illegal business activities. The numbers speak for themselves: the value of pirate video services will exceed US$67 billion by 2023, according to Parks Associates.
The world, slowly but surely, is re-opening its tired eyes to what we called ‘normal’ before COVID-19 struck, shutting down everything and anything worldwide. Measures are being reworked and we’re able, in some locations, to return to normality by heading back to the office, going to the movies and resuming face to face contact.
We are joined by Object Matrix’s Chief Revenue Officer Nick Pearce to discuss Cyber Security and how their product MatrixStore helps companies to protect their content from internal and external threats.
This report delves into one of the major long-term drivers of change in the media industry, identified by IABM in its Special Report published in September 2020: viewing technology only as an enabler. The research puts the spotlight on this specific structural driver of industry change, analyzing the ultimate business, technical and creative values that technology is enabling as well as one of the rising operating models behind them: the cloud model. Our main objective is decoding these topics to shed more light on the economics underpinning media factories.
Download your free copy of this eBook to learn:
- How to select the right DRM for your needs
- Why app security should be a part of your approach
- How watermarking complements other anti-piracy techniques
Get valuable resources for planning app security:
- Pros and cons of building in-house app security technology
- 10 Questions to ask in app security RFPs
- A checklist of app security methods and techniques
This comprehensive guide was created to help security officers, application developers, and CTOs develop the best approach to protect banking and fintech applications from growing threats.
150+ Security Professionals Surveyed: See Their Responses
This new survey highlights provocative disparities and eye-popping findings when it comes to mobile banking app security. Over 150 security professionals in the financial services industry were surveyed to gauge their thoughts, attitudes, and opinions about security concerns, threats and mitigation, and execution and management.
Read the report to explore valuable and actionable research findings, such as:
- Banking security teams’ greatest concerns relating to mobile banking application security
- What types of mobile attacks are most prevalent today;
- How today’s banking security executives are mitigating risk in the mobile channel