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Case study: Piracy — disabled and destroyed in Asia Pacific

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www.irdeto.com ©2015 Irdeto, All Rights Reserved. 1 THE SOLUTION • Irdeto - the conditional access (CAS) provider engaged a security team and dispatched local team of Irdeto piracy experts to act as the on-the-ground liaison • Focused on the technical aspects of the system and break the pirate's business model THE CHALLENGES • Prominent Asia Pacific pay TV operator found itself the victim of smart card emulation piracy • As a result of this piracy, the Operator's subscriber growth slowed THE BENEFITS • In partnership with the Client, Irdeto quickly disabled pirated smart cards, disrupted and frustrated the pirate customer base • Successful mitigation of piracy activities with no reduction in customer service or influx in call center volumes Pay TV operators across the globe face numerous threats, many of which are uniquely challenging to their targets. Irdeto is committed to combating pirate activity and working with customers to break pirate business models – ensuring revenues are protected. Irdeto analyzes pirating practices, working with local law enforcement as appropriate to provide a speedy and effective solution to the challenges of protecting content. Disabled and Destroyed: An Asian Pacific Anti-Piracy Success Story Case Study Last modification: 19-11-2015 / 12:30 AM GMT+01:00 Anti-Piracy

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