The 2022 edition of the Content Protection Summit (CPS), being held in-person Dec. 6 in Los Angeles, and virtually in the MESAverse, MESA’s virtual work environment for its members and communities, is set to tackle all corners of content and information security, from pre-production to distribution.
Keynotes, panel discussions, and technology showcases will offer senior-level content and information security experts the latest around content protection across the entire supply chain for entertainment. Production security, post-production workflows and the growing ecosystems of platforms and connectivity that are driving the secure content creation and distribution process will all be discussed, along with anti-piracy and IP protection as the industry works collaboratively to secure our most important assets.
During the Dec. 6 Content Protection Summit (CPS) in Los Angeles, John Jacobs, field CISO for Fortinet, will deliver the presentation “How Evolving Workplaces Demand a New Approach.”
Attendees will hear how a leading visual effects organization achieved clear business benefits by modernizing its approach to today’s work-from-everywhere workforce. The example will offer proof that it’s possible to have consistent security from the perimeter edge to the cloud, while simplifying operations and obtaining the data intelligence needed for AI and ML to drive better user experiences. Continue reading
Roger Cressey, a cybersecurity and counter-terrorism expert who served and advised in three presidential administrations, and Kiersten E. Todt, chief of staff of the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), will take the stage to keynote the Dec. 6 Content Protection Summit (CPS) in Los Angeles.
Their discussion — “Evolving Threats and Where We’re Headed: A National Perspective” — will serve as a follow-on from their virtual keynote at the April NAB Show, offering an in-person update on the grand myriad of threats being directed against media and entertainment industry businesses and customers. .. and how we are evolving in our responses. Continue reading
At the Dec. 6 Content Protection Summit (CPS) in Los Angeles, attendees will be treated to presentations from some of the biggest names in the cybersecurity and content protection industries.
In the session “Responding to Demand: How Much are we Leaving on the Table?” Christopher Elkins, co-founder and chief business development officer for global piracy and unlicensed media consumption data firm MUSO, will help the industry understand and measure the demand side of piracy. Elkins will detail what businesses are potentially leaving on the table as the bad guys and pirate-supply are removed without backfill from the business. Continue reading
Following the opening keynote of the day at the Dec. 6 Content Protection Summit (CPS) in Los Angeles, attendees will be treated to not one but two unique perspectives on the latest threats to the media and entertainment industry.
First up in “Evolving Threats and Where We’re Headed: Hacker’s Perspective” is “The Ethical Hacker” Ralph Echemendia, who’ll give his perspective on the cyber threat environment and the mitigations required to stay ahead of the bad guys.
Virtual production techniques have become the norm, allowing for teams spread across the globe to collaborate instantly. But with all this data, and with all of our most valuable assets, being accessed outside the stage, are we staying up to speed with securing it?
Enter the Dec. 6 Content Protection Summit (CPS), presented by the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA), the premiere gathering of the top security and asset protection minds in the M&E industry. Held in-person in Los Angeles, and virtually in the MESAverse, MESA’s virtual work environment for its members and communities, the full-day event at the Skirball Center will see industry stakeholders mingle with counterparts, demo the latest offerings from top Hollywood vendors, and watch presentations, with an emphasis on content protection in a virtual production era. Continue reading