LAS VEGAS — The Board of the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA) has announced that it will be producing a new installment of its popular Cyber Security & Content Protection Summit series in cooperation with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), just prior to the NAB Show on April 8 at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas.
The event has been conveniently scheduled Sunday afternoon from 1 – 6 p.m., the day before opening of NAB’s show floor and exhibits, as part of the NAB Show’s official conference program. To address the information needs of the NAB attendee audience, the half-day program will provide valuable technology and business updates on cyber security and anti-piracy initiatives in film and television, and will, for the first time, serve the unique content protection needs of television broadcasters.
“Whether it’s film, subscription or broadcast TV, media & entertainment is a high-level target for global piracy. CDSA’s Summit series is where experts who protect our industry’s most valuable assets, our content, learn, network and share best practices,” says CDSA President, Martin Porter.
A preliminary program outline includes sessions on:
- Auditing third-party vendors
- Securing cloud production
- Turning pirates into paying customers
- Protecting against ransomware
- Hardening your workflows
- Securing your internal operations
The Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA) is a 45-year old non-profit association responsible for content protection and cybersecurity standards, best practices, audit programs and education services for the film & television communities. Its conference programs are developed under the direction of its Board and Content Advisors, which include senior security executives from the following content creators: Amazon Studios, Amblin Entertainment, AMC Networks, Bad Robot, BBC Worldwide, HBO, Hulu, Legendary Entertainment, Marvel Studios, NBCUniversal, Netflix, Open Road Films, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, STX Entertainment, The Walt Disney Studios, Turner, Twentieth Century Fox and Warner Bros. Entertainment.
For more information or to register for the CDSA Content Protection & Cybersecurity Summit at NAB click here or visit: www.contentprotectionsummit.com