How media organizations can identify potential risks, improve their security posture
Courses will help participants to protect their stations in “the current threat environment.”
Today’s broadcasters and content providers should follow the same lead as movie studios when it comes to content protection.
He also announced plans to revamp comment system, change commission’s IT culture
In July, HBO’s media content library was hacked when 1.5 TB of data was illegally accessed and downloaded, including unaired episodes of “Ballers,” “Barry,” “Insecure,” and “Room 104,” plus a script for an unaired episode of “Game of Thrones.”
The 2017 NAB Show New York is taking a special interest in cybersecurity, announcing that it will kick the event off this year with a special session focused on cybersecurity applications and implications for media and technology.
With cybersecurity on the minds of many individuals and companies these days, Grass Valley and Tripwire, both Belden Brands, look to address potential concerns with broadcast technology with integrated security features.
The broadcasting industry is undergoing unprecedented fundamental changes—and engineers are the people expected to somehow make these changes work. In response, the Broadcast Engineering Conference held during the 2016 NAB Show this month, is offering a wide-ranging slate of sessions that address these cutting-edge changes head-on.