As security continues to be forefront in broadcasters’ minds, Akamai continues to monitor internet security threats. Herem they tell you what to expect in the year to come as they review the biggest events and best research from Akamai’s 2018 State of the Internet / Security: A Year in Review report.
Why low-and-slow, high-leverage application-level attacks can be just as damaging as high-bandwidth attacks
How specialisation among adversaries is driving marketisation and economies of scale in the hostile ecosystem of malicious actors
What the biggest attacks of the previous year, like memcached and the Mirai botnet, indicate about the evolution of reflection and
botnet attack vectors
What our researchers have uncovered over the past year about the dark side of APIs, emerging and popular adversarial tools, new vulnerabilities, and more
What security trends we can expect in 2019 and how attacks and threats will evolve in the year ahead
For broadcasters and media firms, cyber security threats come from a range of sources, including hackers, government agencies and cyber criminals. In this IBC365 discussion, a panel of experts explore what cyber security means, how can you foster a culture of security, what can be done to protect content and safeguard businesses.
Pascal Hetzscholdt Director, Content Protection, Europe and Africa, 21st Century Fox
Daniel Schatz Chief Information Security Officer, Perform Group
Mike Loginov Chief Security Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, Ascot Barclay
Mark Harrison Managing Director, DPP
Moderated by Robert Ambrose Managing Consultant, High Green Media
Cyber attacks are on everyone’s agenda but with so much at stake just how should Broadcast, Media and Entertainment players protect themselves in an increasingly hostile world?
High profile attacks on broadcast and media players are on the increase. But what does the threat landscape look like? What are the new attack surfaces and how should broadcasters and media companies approach cybersecurity?
• Brian Brackenborough, CISO, Channel 4
• Richard Welsh, CEO, Sundog Media Toolkit & VP of Education, SMPTE
• Cameron Brown, Information Security Strategist & Cyber Defence, EY
On Demand Webinar
IP Intelligence (IPI) provides granular IP decisioning and Internet connectivity data, answering who, what, where, when and why consumers are connecting to your site. IPI helps sort out the good actors from the bad, improving the customer experience while keeping vital security systems safe and efficient.
Neustar Sr. Product Manager John McArthur and Director of Software Engineering Rupert Young share the diverse uses for IP Intelligence, including how it can improve security, reduce fraud, protect streaming media content, and improve your customer experience.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
How to use IP Intelligence to see who’s visiting and how customers interact with your website
Common use cases including cyber security, fraud prevention and compliance risk
How IPI customers like Major League Baseball Advanced Media are using it to accurately deliver and protect streaming media
RTS Thames Valley proudly presents an illuminating evening discussing the highly topical and relevant subject of Cybersecurity with the broadcast and media community. With General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) just around the corner, broadcasters increasingly embracing file delivery (DPP, IMF, etc.) and going headlong into Live IP solutions (ST 2110, IS-04/5/6) are we leaving ourselves wide-open for hacking?
We have two very well connected speakers, one from a Corporate IT outsource company (Ramsac) and the other from one of the UK’s major broadcasters (Arqiva).
Robert May will discuss the subject from the Corporate Network aspect, covering all essential good practice and encouraging us to prepare for GDPR, which will be law on May 25, 2018.
Denis Onuoha will cover the broadcasters more specific concerns – from Cloud-based delivery through to staff using USB sticks on the playout system! With the world’s media becoming an ever-increasing target to hackers, are we just making ourselves even more vulnerable moving to IP?