Securing The Entertainment Supply Chain

CDSA's Content Protection Program covers the entire supply chain, with digital media, post production and cloud/hosting being our fastest growing categories. And while Europe still is our dominant market, the program's expansion is coming via the Rest of World, with the U.S region marking our program's most accelerated rate of growth.

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Rightscorp: A Different Approach to Infringement (CDSA)

March 16, 2015 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

By Chris Tribbey In 2009 when France’s nationwide anti-piracy law (HADOPI) was first passed, it was put up as a model for how to approach piracy on a state level, one that offered a three-strikes, graduated response to dealing with online copyright infringement by Internet users. By the time the law was revoked in mid-2013, […]

USTR: Improvement with Overseas Piracy Sites, But More is Needed (CDSA)

March 9, 2015 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) has released its annual report on “notorious markets” overseas engaged in online piracy of copyrighted content, and found both good and bad news to share. The annual report highlights online and physical markets worldwide that are responsible for substantial copyright piracy and trademark counterfeiting, and represent […]

HP Looks Back at 2014 Cyber Security Landscape (CDSA)

March 2, 2015 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

By Chris Tribbey The cyber security landscape is changing every day, but companies most at risk are still learning to defend against old problems and well-known techniques that compromise systems and networks, according to a new report from HP. The 2015 edition of HP’s annual security research Cyber Risk Report found that many vulnerabilities exploited […]

Experts: Illegal Streaming Sites Pull in Major Ad Money (CDSA)

February 23, 2015 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

By Chris Tribbey LOS ANGELES — A year ago, the nonprofit Digital Citizens Alliance (DCA) — a coalition of businesses and Internet experts focused on the threats consumers face online — released a study finding that online piracy sites pulled in more than $4 million each annually, just from legitimate ads. In the next couple of […]