As the business of pay television has developed over the last several decades, content protection systems like conditional access (CAS) and digital rights management (DRM) have emerged and evolved to protect it.
For many service providers, IP video is on the near horizon. But this evolution is not going to happen overnight.
Most pay-TV operators take measures to protect their content from various forms of piracy, such as stealth and redistribution of content. They know very well that pirates now increasingly look for and exploit vulnerabilities outside the traditional conditional access security domain.
As executives are charged with recreating the broadcast experience for over-the-top (OTT) delivery, they must assemble multiple vendors and manage highly-complex integrations. Find out more in this White Paper from Avanto
This white paper describes the drivers for adoption of cloud-based content security platforms by pay-TV service providers in more detail and describes the way companies can evolve their services toward the cloud with the help of companies like NAGRA.
Today’s consumers demand video content anywhere, anytime, on any device, making OTT video delivery a key requirement for operators’ survival in the pay-TV world.
This paper discusses the threats to security in Android-based STBs posed by the combined broadcast-OTT environment and by Google’s requirements, and how these security issues can be handled.
This white paper will explore the rise of video ad blocking around the world, what’s being done to beat the blockers, and offer some key recommendations to digital content providers going forward.
This paper highlights the key trends leading to the need for adoption of Enhanced Content Protection (ECP) measures as specified by MovieLabs, the nature of those measures, and some of the open questions that still need to be answered regarding how Enhanced Content needs to be protected in order to minimize theft and maximize revenues.
Video continuously moves forward. Black and white video ultimately gave way to standard definition color. In turn, the limited SD palette gave way to high definition with its higher resolution and more numerous and richer colors. Technology continued to march on, and ultra-high definition with even better resolution and deeper colors is upon us. The […]