Cybersecurity In The Supply Chain To Get In-Depth Look At CBR

Technology leaders from Fox Corp., Sinclair, Ross Video and Evertz will discuss how technology, IT and security leaders at media companies and broadcast technology companies are working together to secure the supply chain in a panel at TVNewsCheck’s Cybersecurity for Broadcasters Retreat, set for Oct. 26 at NAB Show New York. Register here.

As media companies and their partners in broadcast technology move from hardware to software and from on premise to cloud and SaaS operations, they are building a supply chain featuring many parts and participants. TVNewsCheck’s fifth annual Cybersecurity for Broadcasters Retreat will zero in on keeping the process and its outcomes secure during a session featuring senior leaders from Sinclair, Fox Corp., Ross Video and Evertz.

Speakers will be Brian Bark, EVP and CIO, Sinclair; Marina Khainson, head of security architecture at Fox Corp.; John Naylor, director, product security at Ross Video; and Dan Turow, SVP, media distribution and chief information officer at Evertz. TVNewsCheck Contributing Editor Glen Dickson will moderate the conversation.

“Creation of a media supply chain requires interoperability, security and trusted protocols,” said TVNewsCheck Publisher and Co-Founder Kathy Haley. “Industry leaders must work together to agree on security priorities, ensure safe and automated access for updating software and to define the questions that must be answered during the annual security audits required by insurance companies.”

Set for Thursday, Oct. 26, TVNewsCheck’s Cybersecurity for Broadcasters Retreat will take place at NAB Show New York in the Javits Center.

Other CBR sessions are

  • Breakfast Workshop: CEOs and Cybersecurity
  • Convergent Digital Disruptors and Media Industry Security
  • How Not to Get Run Over by New Security Regulations
  • The Future of Cyber Insurance: Navigating the Complex Digital Landscape
  • View from the Trenches: Crisis Management in 2023
  • Securing Network and Cloud Operations
  • Creating a Culture of Security

Attendees from media and broadcast technology companies will also once again be able to retreat for an hour to a highly private, large conference room to share their experiences and ask questions during a Private Information Exchange.


CBR insists on a private, confidential environment throughout the day. Chatham House Rules are strictly enforced.

See the full agenda here and from there, link to register for NAB Show New York and select the Cybersecurity for Broadcasters Retreat as your conference.

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