Cyber Security: Protecting Assets

With viewers consuming content on an increasing array of devices and platforms and the virtualisation of workflows, the task of protecting assets has never been so complicated and costly. Add to this the fact that the media industry is a high-profile target for hackers and it becomes clear that cyber security is at the top of the agenda for all those involved in the media supply chain. Join this IBC365 webinar, sponsored by Juniper Networks, to hear from senior industry figures who will examine where the weaknesses lie in the production, delivery and distribution workflow and consider what can be done to address vulnerabilities and make sure that film and TV is consumed as intended by broadcasters, platforms and content owners.
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On-Demand Webinar: Steps to ensure your organization’s software security

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