During IBC we introduced a new evaluation program that is designed to help operators ease and accelerate adoption of Verspective Operator Analytics.
Implemented in the cloud, the Verspective Operator Analytics evaluation program enables operators to better understand how to collate data from various video sources and turn it into actionable analytics quickly and securely.
It was another great show in Amsterdam! In addition to exhibiting at our booth and participating in various events and speaking sessions, we received our fourth CSI Award, and were named "Best in Show" by TVBEurope. See the photos on Facebook.
Pay-TV security issues look very similar to those concerned with the IoT. Our SVP of Marketing Steve Christian proposes that baked-in security will make it much easier to keep up with evolving threats in Rapid TV News.
Hand-in-hand, operators and technology vendors are blazing the trail to make the true UHD experience a reality for subscribers, and pieces of the puzzle appear to be settling into place.
In a new blog post, we highlight some of the security considerations that operators will face when looking to launch their own UHD services. Specifically, we discuss our new Ultra Security tier of protection and how it addresses the recommendations published by MovieLabs.
As the value of content continues to increase, the need for security becomes even more crucial. Our CTO Petr Peterka discusses the three pillars in protecting against piracy in Asia-Pacific Broadcasting.
As a cloud-based service within the Verspective Intelligence Center, Verspective Monitoring simplifies the operational complexity of video head-ends and providing increased revenue security for premium video services.
Blockchain technology has the potential to permanently, irrevocably and publicly register content rights, guaranteeing long-term content access by making the decryption key forever available to the licensee, regardless of the format or platform.
Verimatrix was among the first of the industry’s leading content security vendors to sign up to use the Farncombe Security Audit™ Mark, which indicates that a digital media content system has undergone an extensive security review.
Conducted by Cartesian, the audit is designed to evaluate adherence to a comprehensive set of security requirements as well as rigorous standards for UHD content, including MovieLabs’ Enhanced Content Protection principles.