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Towards Secure
Multi-network
Video Services
Steve Oetegenn, President
Contents
© Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL2
Market Dynamics
Multi-network Solutions
Evolution of Security
OTT Market Dynamics
Railways….. or Transportation
© Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL4
Cable TV…or Multi-network Video Operator
© Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL5
“I believe television will change more in
the next five years than in the last 50.”
Brian L. Roberts, CEO, Comcast
© Copyr...
Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL
Market Dynamics and Issues
7
Competitive landscape for cable evolves with o...
Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL
Market Dynamics and Issues
8
Impact and timing of ultra high definition (UH...
Apple Adobe Google Microsoft
Streaming format HLS.
Only.
Leaving HDS, Flash
Moving to HLS, DASH
DASH. Take it or leave it....
Industry Technology Trends
Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL10
Hybrid Network &
All-IP Delivery
CPE Functiona...
An IP-centric Revenue Security Approach
Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL11
Network-centric
business manageme...
Encoder
VCAS Multi-network Security
Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL12
Home Gateway
SmartTV
PC, Mac
X-box, P...
Extending Security with Watermarking
Fight illegal content redistribution with user-specific “traceability”
Integrated com...
Redistribution Threats: Forensic Watermarking
Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL14
Distribution Piracy
Copy
Id...
© Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL
Selected Multi-network Deployments
15
Com Hem
Stofa
Ziggo
QuickFlix
Chunghw...
OTT – MultiRights
© Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL16
VCAS Head-end
(VCAS Single Security Authority) Video He...
© Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL
OTT DRM Fragmentation Challenges
17
Technology providers erecting closed an...
Summary
Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL18
Commercial trends suggest a pan-
network services proposition
Tre...
Thank You!
info@verimatrix.com
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At Cable Congress 2015, President Steve Oetegenn presented a keynote address on how cable operators can establish secure multi-network video services.

Multi-screen video service is now a critical aspect of the cable value proposition, with customers demanding access to traditional linear and personalized TV content on screens throughout the home. With the reach of mobile and WiFi bandwidth, this compelling service offering can potentially be more universally available, enabling the cable brand more globally for the consumer on the devices they use devices they use most frequently.

In making content available anywhere, the necessity for harmonized, robust rights management becomes ever more crucial. In this session, Steve explored considerations related to revenue security in a multi-network world, as the common thread of security is interwoven through the assembly of video delivery system architecture and components.

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Towards Secure Multi-network Video Services - Cable Congress 2015

  1. 1. Towards Secure Multi-network Video Services Steve Oetegenn, President
  2. 2. Contents © Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL2 Market Dynamics Multi-network Solutions Evolution of Security
  3. 3. OTT Market Dynamics
  4. 4. Railways….. or Transportation © Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL4
  5. 5. Cable TV…or Multi-network Video Operator © Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL5
  6. 6. “I believe television will change more in the next five years than in the last 50.” Brian L. Roberts, CEO, Comcast © Copyright 2014 Verimatrix, Inc.
  7. 7. Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL Market Dynamics and Issues 7 Competitive landscape for cable evolves with over-the-top (OTT) service launches
  8. 8. Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL Market Dynamics and Issues 8 Impact and timing of ultra high definition (UHD) services
  9. 9. Apple Adobe Google Microsoft Streaming format HLS. Only. Leaving HDS, Flash Moving to HLS, DASH DASH. Take it or leave it. Smooth Streaming. Moving to DASH Security FairPlay Streaming Primetime DRM Widevine – one choice PlayReady Browser Safari Firefox via EME/CDM Others via direct integration for now. Chrome, no 3rd party security. No plugins. Internet Explorer. 3rd party plugins for now. OS iOS, Osx All Android Chrome OS Windows Player QuickTime Proprietary HTML5 in Chrome HTML5 in Internet Explorer Content store iTunes No Google Play Xbox Live App store AppStore No Google Apps Windows Store Devices iPhone, iPad, Mac, AppleTV No Nexus player, 3rd Party STBs Slate, Xbox, Windows phone Analytics No Yes Yes No . Market Dynamics and Issues Battle inside OTT - proprietary delivery silos in devices, OSs, browsers harden Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL9
  10. 10. Industry Technology Trends Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL10 Hybrid Network & All-IP Delivery CPE Functionality Security Functions SDNs and NFV IP & Virtual Head Ends
  11. 11. An IP-centric Revenue Security Approach Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL11 Network-centric business management Forensics Network proven authentication IP enabled ecosystem UHD/4K ready revenue security
  12. 12. Encoder VCAS Multi-network Security Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL12 Home Gateway SmartTV PC, Mac X-box, Playstation iPad, iPhone Android WinPhone, Tablet VCAS Verimatrix Entitlements DBSMS/ Middleware Entitlements Database Cable/Broadband Mobile 3G/4G iPad, iPhone Android WinPhone, Tablet HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) and MPEG-DASH Server or gateway centric content sources Flexible digital rights management (DRM) support through common entitlement
  13. 13. Extending Security with Watermarking Fight illegal content redistribution with user-specific “traceability” Integrated component of VCAS Ultra solution for premium UHD services Key requirement for UHD content per MovieLabs Specification Unique Imperceptible Secure Robust © Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL13
  14. 14. Redistribution Threats: Forensic Watermarking Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL14 Distribution Piracy Copy IdentificationAction AndroidiPadSTB SmartTV PC, MAC
  15. 15. © Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL Selected Multi-network Deployments 15 Com Hem Stofa Ziggo QuickFlix Chunghwa Magyar Etisalat Belgacom YouSee/TDC Accedo Minerva
  16. 16. OTT – MultiRights © Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL16 VCAS Head-end (VCAS Single Security Authority) Video Head-end Delivery Networks ViewRight Clients RF Broadcast Network Internet/Broadband ViewRight STB ViewRight Connected TV ViewRight PC/Mac ViewRight iOS ViewRight Android Key & control data On-demand Content Operator Management Interface Verimatrix Mobile 3G/4G Linear Content Key & control data IP Return Path Managed IP Network 3rd Party Players and DRM Environments Multiplexers Scramblers Modulators Encoders Encryptors VOD Servers Broadcast CSM (DVB One-way) IP CSM (Broadcast/Multicast & IPTV ) Adaptive CSM (HTTP Live Streaming) Adaptive CSM (MPEG-DASH) PlayReady (Smooth Streaming) Widevine DASH Entitlements DBSMS/ Middleware Entitlements Database Native Support Native Support ONE Head-end Integration
  17. 17. © Copyright 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL OTT DRM Fragmentation Challenges 17 Technology providers erecting closed and proprietary approach to secure video Service challenges of protocol + DRM “walled gardens” or silos that • Increase market fragmentation • Reduce operator control over video services and subscriber experience • Limit operators’ vendor flexibility and opportunities Verimatrix strategy • Full support for multiple (HLS and DASH) integration models across leading device categories, including PC/Mac • Further “embrace” fragmentation within MultiRights solution to free operators from the complexity of the DRM silos
  18. 18. Summary Copyright © 2015 Verimatrix, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL18 Commercial trends suggest a pan- network services proposition Trends in modular software and IP shape technical approach Increasing need to break technology silos Flexible security offers consumer centric multi-network multi-device services
  19. 19. Thank You! info@verimatrix.com
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At Cable Congress 2015, President Steve Oetegenn presented a keynote address on how cable operators can establish secure multi-network video services. Multi-screen video service is now a critical aspect of the cable value proposition, with customers demanding access to traditional linear and personalized TV content on screens throughout the home. With the reach of mobile and WiFi bandwidth, this compelling service offering can potentially be more universally available, enabling the cable brand more globally for the consumer on the devices they use devices they use most frequently. In making content available anywhere, the necessity for harmonized, robust rights management becomes ever more crucial. In this session, Steve explored considerations related to revenue security in a multi-network world, as the common thread of security is interwoven through the assembly of video delivery system architecture and components.

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