Film Production Security – Digital Content Security & MPAA Compliance
The Rise of Cybercrime in Entertainment
In the wake of costly cyberattacks that have crippled huge players like Sony, film production security has become a top priority for production companies.
As Sony showed us in 2014, even the most untouchable film production companies are susceptible to malicious hackers.
With so many hands involved in the film production process, you need a digital and physical content management and security plan in place to secure valuable film assets.
Standards in Film Production Security
MPAA compliance has become the standard for digital content security. However, cautionary tales like Sony have prompted film studios including Disney to elevate physical and digital security requirements throughout the post-production process. To work with powerhouses like Disney, you must ramp up digital and physical security to meet these requirements.
Looking beyond baseline security measures is an investment in your film. Enhanced security protocol will help prevent piracy and potentially save your production company millions in stolen assets and lost sales.
Protect Your Film Assets From Every Angle
TechPro has worked on films including “Star Wars 7,” “Mission Impossible 5,” “Star Trek Beyond” and many more to safely encrypt and protect their film content assets.
TechPro will help you conduct a risk assessment, classify your assets and execute a comprehensive content security plan that protects your infrastructure at every touchpoint.
Some of our comprehensive film production security services include:
- Background checks
- Third-party use
- Confidentiality agreements
- Incident response
- Business continuity and disaster recovery
- Risk management
- Policies and procedure
- Security organization
- Firewall and WAN security
- LAN/network security
- Internet connectivity
- Internet, email and web filtering
- System security
- External network, authentication, logging and monitoring
- I/O device security
- Wireless connectivity
- Content tracking
- Transfer systems
- Transfer device methodology
- Mobile security
- Encryption and decryption
- Entry/exit points
- Perimeter security
- Electronic systems
- Inventory tracking
- Inventory counts
- Client assets