As consumption of streaming video rises at the expense of traditional broadcast technology, the security challenges faced by service providers are also evolving. The next session in DTVE’s ongoing Digital Symposium will look at the state of current and future threats and how operators can address them – both through offering compelling content and a matchless user experience and by deploying tools to disincentivise and stop piracy.
This high-powered session on a topic of crucial and growing importance to the industry will feature contributions from Orange Spain, which finds itself on the front line in the battle against illicit concumption of premium sports, content security technology leader Viaccess Orca and research powerhouse Omdia.
Premium video operators now have to consider multiple issues in ensuring that their revenues – and the content assets to which they hold rights – remain secure in the face of competition from increasingly sophisticated – and organised – pirates.
To introduce this session, Omdia’s Merrick Kingston will touch upon the following topics and themes:
All of this means operators need a multi-pronged strategy to combat piracy, spanning the delivery of a compelling user experience that gives consumers a reason to stay rather than stray, and the use of advanced technologies such as digital watermarking and AI to stem illicit distribution of rights-protected content.
This discussion, moderated by Digital TV Europe, will feature contributions from Kevin Le Jannic, product director, Security at Viaccess-Orca, Jose Antonio Guzmán, TV director at Orange Spain and Merrick Kingston, associate director, research and analysis, media delivery, Omdia.
For more details and to register to attend this free event, click here.
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