Security in 2020 Highlighted in Winter Edition of MESA’s M&E Journal

The winter edition of the “M&E Journal,” published by MESA and geared toward senior media and entertainment executives who oversee their companies’ digital futures, is now available online.

The 152-page publication features insights from nearly three dozen MESA members, from Akamai to ZOO Digital, with the issue’s main focus centered on how the industry responds long term to the challenges presented by the pandemic.

Along with the cover section — “What’s Next?” — the issue offers industry insights for several crucial industry areas, including “Localization,” “New Workflows,” “Smart Content” and “Security.” Additionally, the “M&E Journal” also features columns from Vubiquity and MESA’s executive leadership.

Here’s a quick look at what’s included in the Security section of the publication:

• “An Insider’s Look at the Billion Dollar Pirate Subscription IPTV Business” by Tim Pearson at NAGRA
• “How to Build Security Into the Development Process” by Ted Harrington at Independent Security Evaluators
• “Keeping Content Secure in the ‘New Normal’” by Tony Miles and Michael Nixon at Fortium
• “How to Win Against Piracy in the Pandemic Era” by Avigail Gutman at Synamedia
• “It Takes an Industry: The Battle Against Video Piracy” by Ian Munford at Akamai
• “The End of Co-Located Physical Reviews” by Eric Bénetière at ContentArmor
• “COVID-19 and Changing Piracy Behavior” by Erika Vergara at OpSec Security
• “Change for the Better” by Mathew Gilliat-Smith and Janice Pearson at Convergent Risks

Beginning Monday, Jan. 25, look for stories from the winter edition of the “M&E Journal” every week in the “M&E Daily” newsletter.