With the adoption of IP Systems in the broadcast arena, cyber security must be built in from the start with consideration to future security threats. In this presentation Denis Onuoha (Chief Information Security Officer, Arqiva) aims to dispel the myth that IP Systems are complex to secure and explores basic steps that can be built-in for securing the broadcast chain. Technical and Process controls are discussed that can aid in the reduction of the attack surface. Denis explores the build, operate and maintain lifecycle. Most of the well-publicised attacks that have occurred in the industry have one thing in common which is lack of basic controls and poor users awareness, once these topics are addressed the impact of a cyber-attack will be significantly reduced. [maxbutton id="136" url="https://theiabm.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/DenisOnuoha.pdf"]
Howard Twine (Director of Software Strategy at EditShare) discuss their latest storage software solutions inc MAM, Workflow Automation and QC Tools and the issue of content security.
Alan Nochimowsky (exec VP of innovation at Viaccess Orca) discusses security and creating engagement along with their latest innovations in OTT and TV platforms.
As technology becomes increasingly important for successful business operations, the value of a strong cyber liability insurance policy will only continue to grow.
The continued rise in the amount of information stored and transferred electronically has resulted in an increase in the potential exposures facing businesses. Regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), must also be considered, because a loss of sensitive personal information may subject you to fines and sanctions from your National Data Protection Authority.
As Les Anderson, global CSO & vice president cyber-security at BT, succinctly put it in his keynote: “It’s too easy to do badness.” His opening line at the entertaining and informative IABM cyber-security event, held at the imposing BT Tower, set the scene nicely for the myriad cyber-threats every business is now facing. And Anderson knows better than most, having spent 16 years as deputy director at the UK’s intelligence and security operation, GCHQ, prior to taking up the security reins at BT.
The impact of a cyber breach or attack can be huge: there’s the time you could lose through having to fix your website or systems, the potential loss of customers, damage to your reputation and all the other potential consequences of a hacker getting their hands on your data. [bctt tweet="The impact of a cyber breach or attack can be huge: there’s the time you could lose through having to fix your website or systems, the potential loss of customers, damage to your reputation & more- Cyber Security – a small business guide"] The good news is protecting your business from hackers and viruses does not have to take a lot of time, work or money. Small businesses can do two simple things which can help improve their online security – installing the latest software and app updates and using a strong, separate password for your email. Once you and your staff are taking these two key actions, there’s a range of guidance you can follow to protect your business. Cyber Security: a guide for small businesses - CyberSecuritySmallBusinessGuide Most cyber-attacks exploit basic vulnerabilities in IT systems and software. You can prevent these by using Cyber Essentials, which sets out...
The impact of a cyber breach or attack can be huge: there’s the time you could lose through having to fix your website or systems, the potential loss of customers, damage to your reputation and all the other potential consequences of a hacker getting their hands on your data.
How much do you understand about Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies? Do you know what Blockchain is, or what an ICO means? Here is a handy reference guide for all of you with some very useful links for more information.
Virtualisation and IP: Darren Whitehead (Director of business development, IABM) leads the discussion with Martin Paskin (systems integrator, Gearhouse Broadcast) Peter Van Dam (Technical Advisor, Abu Dhabi Media Group), and Nick Barratt (Senior Manager, MBC Group) about IP and Virtualisation within the MEA region, and the challenges that come with standards and security in relation within IP and virtual processing.
The panel consider reasons why there is a clear reluctance for small based studios to move into IP infrastructures.