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Cyber Security Hygiene in IP Broadcast Systems


Cyber Security Hygiene in IP Broadcast Systems

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18 Sep 2017
With the adoption of IP Systems in the broadcast arena, cyber security must be built in from the start with consideration to future security threats. This presentation aims to dispel the myth that IP Systems are complex to secure and explores basic steps that can be built-in for securing the broadcast chain. Technical and Process controls will be discussed that can aid in the reduction of the attack surface. We will explore the build, operate and maintain lifecycle. Most of the well-publicised attacks that have occurred in the industry have one thing in common which is lack of basic controls and poor users awareness, once these topics are addressed the impact of a cyber-attack will be significantly reduced.
Denis Onuoha, Chief Information Security Officer - arqiva
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