Irdeto joined the world’s leading broadcast, satellite, content delivery, digital media, film, and audio entertainment specialists at the 2019 CABSAT conference, and its clear piracy is still a hot topic. For the first time, CABSAT […]
A new year has begun, and that means one thing: resolutions. Although they are known to be easily broken, it is imperative that you stick to your 2019 security resolutions. It’s that time of the […]
With the internet of things (IOT) adoption wider than ever before, companies are constantly developing new devices for our increasingly connected environment. Now is the time to offer more than content to your subscribers! Long […]
In 2018 Irdeto joined over 600 leading professionals watching over 90 influential speakers on stage at the SportsPro OTT Summit in Madrid in November where the issues the live sports industry is facing were made […]
It’s not just ‘Porch Pirates’ stealing this holiday season, over the Christmas and New Year’s season digital consumption is up and so is online piracy. The consumption of online content is continuing its upward surge, […]
Fast, intelligent and adaptive, online piracy is a growing threat facing pay media operators and content rights holders globally. But with smarter security, we are putting up a fight. Irdeto recently joined Akamai, the well-known […]
Investigators often get told to “follow the money”. The time has come to extend this approach to the fight against online piracy, as new Irdeto research reveals the scale at which payment platforms are being used to enable illegal streaming.
Updating set-top box software is something operators do infrequently and only when they need new features or security functions. With Android TV, this practice must change because Google mandates a software update policy. Is keeping Android TV updated going to be a pain for operators?
Like many famous 4-letter words, CPIX conveys surprise, shock even, but not in a bad way. It stands for Content Protection Information Exchange, a rather bland term for a standard that brings very exciting changes for the media industry. Driven by the DASH Industry Forum, CPIX is designed to create operational efficiencies and slash the cost and launch time for your OTT services. Suppliers of video solutions such as Irdeto and AWS Elemental have already embraced CPIX and are at the forefront of its adoption.
The UK’s BT recently revealed plans to become a “super aggregator” of content services, adding Amazon Prime Video to its platform alongside Netflix and Sky’s Now TV. It may help to offset OTT competition, but will consumers pay a premium for the convenience of “one-stop” content shopping?