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.
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.
Ensuring revenue security can be quite a complex undertaking for global pay-TV operators. However, leveraging a variety of hardware security methods – including the use of a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) – can support the fundamental requirements of any security strategy: durability and renewability.
The recent interview between Newsline Report and Verimatrix's Christophe Perini has been translated from Spanish. Newsline Report (NR): We touched base with Christophe Perini (CP), Director Global DVB at Verimatrix. Christophe earlier worked for the German-based DVB conditional access (CA) vendor Comvenient that was acquired by Verimatrix, and has a long experience of the DVB CA market.
As discussed in my last post, HLS was quite the hot topic at IP&TV World Forum this year. HLS is rapidly gaining momentum as the standard streaming format of choice for over-the-top (OTT) video services across the broadest range of device types. Since it is an open protocol, many solutions and techniques are available to further optimize commercial grade service delivery.
As discussed in our previous post, the upcoming digitalization of cable TV networks in India is one of the largest undertakings of its kind. Here we turn to the most efficient ways of securing premium content.
The upcoming digitalization of cable TV networks in India is one of the largest undertakings of its kind in the world. It presents operators and technology vendors with challenges and opportunities like never before in the history of television in India. However, digital TV delivery technologies, while offering opportunities for subscriber and revenue growth, also present new content and revenue security challenges.