Rail and Cybersecurity: The growing gap

The rail industry is growing in usage and connectivity. As one drives the other, the importance of cybersecurity will only increase. As the rail industry prospers, it becomes a more desirable target to increasingly skilled and equipped hackers and new demands are put upon aging, potentially difficult to replace infrastructure.

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How creative studios can protect their content with Irdeto (part 1)

Digital video piracy is widespread, growing, diverse and continues to affect the bottom line of studios. The negative influences of piracy are not limited to revenue loss but include bandwidth consumption, job losses and brand reputation. Piracy is not only damaging if an entire film is leaked or pirated, but this also negatively affects short clips such as dailies, scenes, and trailers.

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Who goes there? Why router authentication may be an ISP’s weakest link

Many ISPs underestimate the level of risk to their own backend infrastructure from poorly secured household routers. The growing use of intelligent CPE to deliver data-centric, value-added services to the home in concert with cloud-based servers means that routers are now more tightly coupled to the service provider’s core network than ever before. This blog outlines the dangers to ISP revenue, reputation and quality of service if CPE authentication processes are inadequate. We’ll also look at how ISPs can add a trusted and unclonable identity into each device to safeguard the integrity of their own network and services.

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Work Hard Anywhere

At Irdeto, when it came to the shift in working style and routine, we wanted to ensure that this would be the best approach for not only our company but most importantly, our employees too! In this blog, we’ll explain our new #WorkHardAnywhere program and what it means for us.

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Remote working drives ransomware epidemic: How ISPs can protect their business customers

As COVID-19 restrictions forced millions to work from home, many employers made hasty provision for remote working. Cybercriminals responded with an epidemic of ransomware attacks that paralyzed all kinds of businesses. With many companies now choosing for hybrid work-from-office/work-from-home policies, Irdeto’s Ronald Peters looks at how ISPs have an opportunity to help their business subscribers implement successful, secure home worker programs.

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