Often having a cyber security plan gets forgotten – until it is too late. Too late doesn’t necessarily mean being hacked or possibly be subject to ransomware; it could be not being prepared to respond to an RFP or RFQ. Having a clear view of broadcasters’ requirements is most important.
In this IABM TV interview, Tim Pearson (Sr. Director Product Marketing, NAGRA) discusses the trends in the pay-TV market & how service providers can move from protecting content to protecting their entire service.
Tim Pearson (Senior Product Marketing Director, NAGRA) discusses TVkey Cloud
This paper looks at the market needs and challenges that pay-TV service providers face when deploying multiscreen TV solutions on third-party consumer electronic (CE) devices such as PCs, tablets, and smartphones. It evaluates the alternative solutions that are available for addressing the needs of both content owners and service customers, and it examines the potential business benefits of choosing an operator-controlled solution delivered by a trusted content-security partner.
This paper looks at the evolving needs of pay-TV service providers as their growing multi-screen distribution strategies create increasing complexity in their content protection systems. It highlights the four key drivers that are causing pay-TV companies to reconsider their existing CAS/DRM architectures, and explains the reasons for moving toward a more unified approach that streamlines the implementation and operation of content security across multiple networks and devices.