CDSA, the Content Delivery & Security Association, is the international content protection association. For over 45 years, CDSA has served as the worldwide forum advocating the innovative and responsible delivery and storage of entertainment, software and information content. Founded in 1970, this global trade association’s membership includes companies involved in every facet along the digital and physical media supply chain.

CDSA achieves worldwide acclaim for its anti-piracy and content protection security standards, CDSA has focused its activities on protecting entertainment IP throughout the supply chain, both pre-release and post release content.


Hollywood Preps for Dec. 7 CDSA Content Protection Summit

Every year, the CDSA Content Protection Summit (CPS_ brings together Hollywood’s top cybersecurity, content protection and anti-piracy experts, with a full-day program featuring ... More

International Cybersecurity Policing Tackled at Dec. 7 Content Protection Summit

The U.S.-based International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) — the worldwide professional association for law enforcement — has spent 120-plus years being the collective... More

Copyright Enforcement: Carrot vs. Stick Discussed at Content Protection Summit

The cost of protecting your intellectual property shouldn’t prevent you from doing so, but sometimes that can be the case. That leaves content owners in a bind sometimes: should ... More

Production Security Budgets, Workflows to be Tackled at Dec. 7 Content Protection Summit

How are studios and production companies budgeting for the security needs of film and TV shoots, and what are the baseline measures needed to secure every project? Those are the... More

NSS Labs: Encrypted Web Traffic on the Rise

Cyber security research and testing company NSS Labs is seeing a stark rise in enterprises using both Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption to sec... More

NSS Labs: Edge Browser Tops vs. Security Threats

Microsoft’s Edge browser — the company’s under-the-radar replacement for Internet Explorer — is less than a year old, and may not have the same name recognition as Firefox ... More

FBI ‘Spycatcher’ Eric O’Neill to Keynote Dec. 7 Content Protection Summit

Eric O’Neill, a cybersecurity expert and former FBI counter-terrorism and counterintelligence operative, will be the keynote speaker Dec. 7 at the eighth annual CDSA Content Prot... More

Cisco Considers New Anti-Piracy Approach a Game-Changer

For the longest time, content owners and distributors have had to tackle online piracy in a mostly legal fashion, sending notifications to search engines, web sites and hosting com... More

HBO Chief Security Officer to Keynote HITS N.Y.C.

HITS returns to New York City on Nov. 8 at the Microsoft Technology Center in Midtown Manhattan with a morning conference program from 9 a.m. to noon. This year’s HITS N.Y.C... More

Friday DDoS Attacks Impacted M&E in a Big Way

When cyber criminals Oct. 21 went after Dyn — which provides internet services for a host of companies — they used a a global distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack to bri... More