Fighting Deepfakes, Coalition Targets Authenticating Media Provenance

The Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA), a group including the BBC, New York Times, Microsoft and Adobe, is working toward a common technical standard for media provenance to push back against the deluge of disinformation and deepfakes assaulting news. Their work on content authentication is swinging into high gear this winter.

Irdeto Pulls Out Of IBC

Digital platform security provider Irdeto said today it has made “the difficult decision to withdraw from the IBC 2021 show. This decision was reached due to record levels of COVID-19 […]

CES 2020

NAGRA Focuses On Smart Service Protection, Monetization For M&E

At CES 2020, NAGRA, a Kudelski Group company and a global independent provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, will be highlighting the importance of an all-encompassing digital security […]

Kudelski Group To Show Digital Security Portfolio At CES

The Kudelski Group, a global provider of digital security, will showcase a range of digital security solutions at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, highlighting the importance of content protection, cybersecurity […]

Akamai Bolsters Its Intelligent Edge Platform