It will provide video service operators with a complete solution set to effectively manage security risks related to content and service and to drive advanced business models.
Nagra’s key plan this year is to cater to the demands of today’s telcos and OTT providers by demonstrating its Active Streaming Protection framework of multiple technologies, developed to help video operators address content and service piracy threats in streaming. In addition, the company will also demonstrate Nagra Scout, a solution designed to help protect consumers from increased cyber threats.
With the economic damage of piracy to businesses being very real, and tens of billions of dollars of content value disappearing every year, the impact to service providers extends to revenue loss, increased infrastructure costs, risk to content licenses, brand damage, reduced funding, and malware risks for consumers. Nagra Active Streaming Protection provides video service operators with a complete and flexible solution set to effectively manage security risks related to content and service and to drive advanced business models with confidence. It goes beyond multi-DRM to secure your content, service, and revenue.
Solution benefits include secure playback and compliance, access control and service protection; managed device protection; application protection; and fraud detection and prevention.
By driving fewer service calls, lowering churn and providing operators with improved insight into the home network, Nagra Scout gives broadband service providers and consumers control over threats to their connected devices. This solution delivers intelligent, active broadband network security which will increase customer loyalty and build trust through professional-grade network security, and services tailored for today’s digital world.
Nagra, which has a significant customer base in the MENA region, confided that it had recently signed major security projects in MENA mainly within the OTT area, especially for security assessment and watermarking deployment although customer details were under wraps.
A spokesperson from the company said: “Nagra is thrilled to attend CABSAT. It is always a real pleasure to meet customers face to face. This is a great opportunity as well to show our latest product: Nagra Scout solution designed to give broadband service providers and consumers control over threats to their connected devices. MENA is also very important to Nagra especially this year because of the Football World Cup. Many players are launching new services and they are looking for the best delivery and security solutions. Nagra provides end-to-end OTT solutions and a 360° security approach (security assessment, solution provider, verification) to Telcos and all kind of operators. This is why Nagra has drastically grown its footprint in MENA over the past 3 years in these areas with major broadcasters and operators.“