With the increasing number of connections both in and out of the home, organizations across these industries must ensure that they protect themselves and their customers from the growing vulnerabilities. So, with this increasingly challenging landscape in mind, what does 2018 have in store?
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The Cloakware Report: The Necessity of Software Protection in Cybersecurity
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White Paper: An insight on cybersecurity complexities and initiatives in the automotive industry
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E-book: The biggest cyber threat you've never heard of
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Keys & Credentials: Giving control back to the operator and breaking a 20-year security vendor lock-in
Keys & Credentials is a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic Licensing Authority service helping manage the complex ecosystem of security suppliers and processes that lock-in operators.
E-book: A preview of coming attractions - What's ahead for the Media & Entertainment Industry
We expect disruptive technologies, platforms and trends to make an impact this year, including social platforms, blockchain technology, the cloud, virtual & augmented reality, big data and WLAN.
E-book: The three most common security threats to your web applications
This e-book examines three common (yet frequently overlooked) reasons why today’s e-commerce apps are targets of cybercrime and result in billions of dollars in revenue loss.
White paper: The new technologies for pay TV content security
Bill Rosenblatt examines history of secure digital pay TV technologies, current best practices for pay TV security and content identification techniques to find unauthorized content on the internet.
White paper: The advantages of white-box cryptography
Understanding WhiteBox Cryptography in terms of consumer billing, user experience, content and rights management, monetizing and securing content across multiple devices.
White paper: Dynamic digital asset protection techniques
Static defenses of digital assets, will eventually fall to the powers of determined adversaries. Defenses that dynamically adjust themselves to new attack scenarios have a higher chance of survival.
White paper: Using TV everywhere to drive premium TV services
TV Everywhere offers pay-TV providers an opportunity to gain traction in an emerging market area largely ignored until alternative service providers began to affect consumer viewing and spending.
White paper: Evolution of content protection
Properly‐implemented DRM can be as effective a mechanism for protecting premium video content as properly‐implemented CAS – but not as easy to implement in a robust manner, and not as inexpensive.
E-book: Protecting content rights
Modern, sophisticated OTT platforms require DRM and rights compliance includes additional levels of functionality to ensure rights and usage rules are correctly exploited and protected.
White paper: A watermarking system for adaptive streaming
As adaptive streaming becomes one of the main mechanisms for delivering premium multimedia content, it's essential that watermarking works seamlessly in this environment to remain effective.
White paper: The future TV landscape - implications for content security