In this e-book, Irdeto invites you to take a critical look at your current content security strategy. We present a series of questions that will help you determine whether your approach to DRM is fit for a future where your consumers expect to be able to choose the hottest new devices, the best quality content, OTT on their own terms AND a great user experience.
Everyone who wants to stay relevant in the fast changing TV market needs to know the answer to this questio...
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