The media and entertainment industry has quickly developed into a prime target for ransomware. Organizations as large and diverse as Disney, Sony and France’s M6 Group have all been affected by cyberattacks in recent years.
Research from Forrester Consulting indicates that more than half of organizations (51%) in the M&E sector experienced three or more cyber-attacks in just 12 months, while Sophos’ ‘State of Ransomware 2020’ report found that media and entertainment is among the industries most affected by ransomware, with 60% of organizations hit last year.
With the average cost of a TV show on a major network or streaming service at nearly $6 million dollars per episode, the inability to access even a small portion of key files can be financially disastrous for production companies.
So, what is putting M&E businesses at risk and how can they effectively protect their media assets against the growing ransomware threat?
Compliance logging and monitoring methods have changed forever with the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI). With AI shaping up most of our world’s technology, Digital Nirvana upgraded its flagship product and delivered MonitorIQ which is AI-empowered and records content from any point in the video delivery chain. It also allows the operators to record, store, monitor, analyze, and repurpose content quickly and efficiently with minimum clicks.
This webinar covered the following key concepts:
● Remote access to your content from anywhere on any device.
● Deep diving into any analytics or metadata and correlate it back to the video
● Quickly create frame-accurate clips and push the content to any source
● Leverage video intelligence to automatically generate transcripts, and search content.
● Empower your compliance logging and monitoring systems with AI advantage
● Leverage the benefits provided by Digital Nirvana’s excellent support team.