When you think about developing the best security possible for your organization, you’d think you’re No. 1 priority should be technology.
According to Dr. Eric Haseltine, chairman of the board for the U.S. Technology Leadership Council, you’d be wrong.
His morning keynote presentation Dec. 4 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles for the 10th annual Content Protection Summit (CPS) — “How to Achieve World Class Security (Hint: It Isn’t Technology)” — will look at the human dimension of security, and argue that no data system will ever be perfect with human behavior presenting the biggest security risk. Continue reading
When industry leaders from Hollywood studios, TV networks and the content production community converge on the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles Dec. 4 for the 10th annual Content Protection Summit, they should already be well-versed on the subject of deepfakes, and how artificial intelligence can be used to manipulate videos and images, making it difficult to know what’s real, and what can be trusted. Continue reading
Producing content in a secure environment — and protecting that content in an evolving media distribution ecosystem — requires a level of trust in today’s Hollywood. Transparency and collaboration between studios and their vendor partners have become crucial to improving security postures and responding to threats that target data and applications. Continue reading