From new watermarking solutions and content protection ideas, to everything you need to protect your organization against the latest cyberattacks, members of the Media and Entertai... More
CDSA, the Content Delivery & Security Association, is the international content protection association. Founded as a non-profit in 1970, CDSA has served as the worldwide forum advocating the innovative and responsible delivery and storage of entertainment, software and information content. Its global membership includes companies involved in every facet along the digital and physical media supply chain.
CDSA provides community, collaboration and communications services that protect entertainment media throughout the supply chain, both pre- and post release. It’s most recent initiative is the joint-venture launch of the Trusted Partner Network (TPN) with the MPAA.
Pay TV executives are increasingly relaying that no one-size-fits-all approach to tackling piracy exists, and instead say that successful anti-piracy efforts need a combination of ... More
Content protection and multiscreen TV solutions provider NAGRA is heading into IBC 2019 with a full head of steam, announcing new partnerships just ahead of the show in Amsterdam. ... More
New cloud applications, top storage technologies and full platforms for media and entertainment companies will be on hand at IBC 2019 from members of the Media and Entertainment Se... More
Subtitling, captioning and dubbing services provider IYUNO Media Group has announced the completion of seven Trusted Partner Network (TPN) security assessments for APAC locations, ... More
Media and entertainment companies that stand to be impacted by the coming implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Jan. 1 have plenty of work to do to comply wi... More
Creating a set of production security guidelines is enormously helpful for media and entertainment organizations, but one size doesn’t fit all, according to the Content Delivery ... More
Threat intelligence is extremely important to media and entertainment companies and all of them should fit it into their security programs to help each organization and its employe... More
Accepting a ride from a non-licensed car service, being followed off an elevator, getting flagged down by a stranger who says you have a flat tire, oversharing with a fellow airlin... More
Despite standalone OTT services seeing continued subscriber growth — and while traditional pay TV operators continue seeing the exact opposite — many media and entertainment ex... More