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.

Latest News

Experts: Lessons to be Learned from Sony Cyber Attack (CDSA)

December 22, 2014 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

By Chris Tribbey With Sony Pictures still reeling from the biggest cyber attack to ever hit the entertainment industry, the need for aggressive cyber security — and a plan to address security breaches when they occur — has been brought to the forefront. The Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) sat down with four experts […]

NSS Labs Report: IPS Vendors Making Strides (CDSA)

December 15, 2014 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

By Chris Tribbey NSS Labs’ latest round of testing of intrusion prevention systems (IPS) found IPS vendors are making big strides in lowering the total cost of ownership and improving performance, though some services require a lot more upkeep than others. The IPS services tested included Check Point 13500, Dell SonicWALL SuperMassive E10800, Fortinet FortiGate-D3600C, […]

Content Creators: Piracy Enabling ‘A Lost Generation’ (CDSA)

December 15, 2014 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

By Chris Tribbey HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks, looks at Internet piracy today, and offers a simple comparison for those who steal: The same amount of money and man hours can be spent constructing both a building and a movie, yet only the latter is considered open season for theft. And […]

Piracy Experts: Disrupt the Money (CDSA)

December 15, 2014 · Posted in Latest News · Comments Off 

By Chris Tribbey HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Elisha Lawrence, associate VP of global anti-piracy and content security for TV network ABS-CBN Intl., noticed something important when she first started looking at the habits of those who pirate content. “Just a little frustration on the consumer’s part will result in them moving on,” she said Dec. 9, […]