Technology in Defense of IP:
What’s New, What’s Disruptive, What’s Going to Change the Game?
Content protection is everyone’s business, which is why the 5th Annual Content Protection Summit on December 9, 2014 at the W Hotel in Hollywood will be the must-attend event for everyone eager to team up and talk about the technologies that are creating a new line of defense for intellectual property in today’s global environment of content piracy and cyber-attack.
This year’s Summit is once again the entertainment industry’s official gathering point for content protection/security executives; the conference program is being chaired by Bryan Ellenburg, former VP of Content Protection Technology at Paramount Pictures, who will be joined by industry leaders from movies, television, games, software and music for a multidiscipinary, multitrack series of keynotes, panels and workshops on these pressing topics:
- What to Do (and Who to Call) When You are Hacked
- Protecting Content: Where Creativity and Security Meet
- The Global State of Information Security
- How To Secure Brick & Mortar in the Age of Digital Services
- This Script Will Self Destruct In 2 Hours
- It’s About The Money: Strategies to Disrupt Funding Piracy
- What’s the Forecast for Securing The Cloud?
The conference program is developed in cooperation with a board of industry experts from the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA) including: Richard Atkinson, Corporate Director, Global Piracy-Conversion Team, Adobe and Chairman, CDSA; James Dunkelberger, General Manager, Worldwide Anti-Piracy Operations, Microsoft; Ben Stanbury, Senior Manager, Content & IP Protection, The Walt Disney Studios; and Joel Bigley, Senior Vice President Worldwide Operations & Business Execution Deluxe Digital Studios.
For detailed session descriptions click here
To register for the 2014 Content Protection Summit, click here.
For more information, please contact:
Director of Member Services, MESA
p: (310) 882-9204