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CDSA Named Association Partner for New NAB Cybersecurity Pavilion

CDSA Named Association Partner for New NAB Cybersecurity Pavilion

CDSA (Content Delivery and Security Association) has been named the Official Association Partner in the first year of the new Cybersecurity Pavilion at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, April 22-27, 2017.  In a 2016 attendee survey, 41% of over 103,000 NAB attendees indicated that more focus on cybersecurity would be a vital industry resource.

“This centrally located, cybersecurity destination at the world’s largest media and entertainment trade show will provide an interactive, educational environment where broadcasters and other media professionals can learn from the experts and engage with leading technology solutions providers,” said CDSA Executive Director Guy Finley.

CDSA is responsible for programming panels and case studies at the Pavilion throughout the exhibition. The NAB Cybersecurity Pavilion will feature a range of industry experts, executives and thought leadership speakers, as well as live technology demonstrations from top cybersecurity companies like yours.

“This is the inaugural year for this exciting industry initiative. We commend NAB for promoting greater awareness of cybersecurity and content protection issues in the media, entertainment, and technology industries. Together we can highlight ways that M&E organizations can stay ahead of the curve on new trends and developments in this critical and increasingly high-profile industry risk sector,” Finley adds.

If you are interested in exhibiting or presenting in the Pavilion contact: Grant Samples, [email protected]

For broadcasters and studios who are interested in contributing to CDSA’s program contact: Bryan Ellenburg at [email protected]

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