Verimatrix Labs is a blog series written by our Security Team that focuses on how threat scenarios are trending, how they are driving new revenue security solutions, and ultimately how next-generation video service providers can create more durable business models through highly secure and frictionless services.
Verimatrix identified cloudification as one of the major trends for the year at the start of 2017 and has seen ample confirmation of these moves from the market and our customers. Operators are looking for competitive advantage and increased agility so that new features and service options can be brought to market far faster than in the past.
When it comes to DRM, video service operators have a choice, and they should exercise it. View the infographic to better understand the benefits of going beyond the confines of native DRM and player frameworks and opting for the the best-suited protection and playback approach.
My industry peers and I gathered at CommunicAsia to discuss the the myriad of effects from digital disruption, including how Big Data will transform the video experience. As more people become aware that their digital data is being harvested, privacy concerns are paramount.
A key theme that emerged from a recent briefing at the Connected TV World Summit in London on Security for IoT Services is that wider recognition of proven security technology, particularly in the pay-TV revenue protection area, can be adapted for IoT applications.
As operators and content producers continue to raise security standards in the battle against unauthorized redistribution, we’ve seen a piqued interest in watermarking as a deterrent and a growing list of questions regarding its adoption.
Avni Rambhia, Industry Principal, Digital Transformation at Frost & Sullivan, sat down with our SVP of Marketing Steve Christian for an in-depth discussion of the global trends, challenges and opportunities of a connected revenue security platform.
As we accelerate towards the goals of 2017, we are excited to unveil our new brand promotional program, “The Future of Connected Security,” which is intended to more accurately convey how we are leveraging our depth of experience in IP- and software-based security to protect and monetize next-generation services.
Although the revenue security industry currently has a strong focus on protecting the emerging class of premium UHD content, it has almost fallen into the trap of playing down the valuable and relevant features/updates that continue to be developed for the whole of the existing video service industry.