Content security technology provider Friend MTS will demo its new Exposé Source service at IBC, which is designed to enable secure streaming of live video.
Exposé Source detects misappropriated live streams on a multitude of platforms and tracks them back to the source of the leak where they can be stopped, all in real time.
The service has in-built leak discovery and forensic watermark detection, and is designed to act as a single system that works across live and video-on-demand, without the need for player, device or CDN edge modification.
For events such as live sports, the security that Exposé Source offers “widens the opportunity for broadcasters and content owners to safely reach any connected device without risk,” according to Friend MTS.
“Exposé Source is not a single technology, rather several proprietary components that are combined to create an integrated service that meets the rigorous demands of live video stream security,” said Friend MTS founder and CTO, Jonathan Friend.
Friend MTS will run a live demo of the service on its stand, with IBC participants able to talk to the engineers that created it.
Friend MTS will exhibit at IBC on stand 14.B30
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