During the COVID-19 pandemic, daily life has gone digital. People are seeking innovative ways of staying connected and entertained while remaining safe at home. Puzzles, toys, and game sales have surged. Unfortunately, piracy is also on the rise. As the world economy gradually reopens, pirates will continue to take advantage of increased demand for new content. Protecting content from piracy will be crucial to mitigating revenue loss during this unprecedented time.
If you ask over-the-top (OTT) providers who their top competitors are, their likely response is to name their biggest market rivals. But what about the pirates? …
Credential sharing is becoming a major problem hurting operators’ growth. In the US, it is estimated that 34% of 18 to 34-year-olds are sharing their credentials to watch streaming content.
IBC 2019 may go down as one in which live IP video came of age. However, with the rise of live and cutting of latency, this does not make any difference to the security requirements as premium OTT content attracts premium pirates.
The OTT landscape is about to go into overdrive. These are high stakes with billions of dollars on the table which presents an unprecedented challenge to the industry’s attempts at security – and a golden opportunity for pirates. Tackling piracy is a complex issue but an effective strategy boils down to two things…
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 […]
Common Media Application Format (CMAF) offers many advantages and simplifies OTT content protection. And in the last 18 months, the industry has progressed to make CMAF “ready” for deployment. But are you ready for it?
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 been a long time coming, but 5G is finally on the horizon. It promises ultra-fast broadband via a mobile connection, eliminating the need for wired infrastructure. Mobile operators hope it’ll be their new cash […]
For all the talk of pioneering technology like virtual reality, AI, blockchain and 5G, IBC 2018 illustrated the profound trajectory of the industry from broadcast to unicast. It’s one in which channels will pop-up or pop-down at the click of a button with the cloud playing an increasingly prominent role.