Protecting Your Remote Broadcast Production from Security Threats
Ian Main - Technical Marketing Principal - Teradici & James Careless - Contributing Editor TV Technology
About this talk
COVID-19 has created many pain points for broadcasters as employees have been forced to work from home. Both broadcasters and their employees have had to endure lower-quality performance and productivity in content creation, plus there are increased cybersecurity risks.
Why has the transition been so difficult? A typical broadcaster’s network infrastructure was never designed to serve so many remote connections and functions, plus cybersecurity safeguards are inferior for home-based workers.
The Teradici PC-over-IP (Teradici PCoIP) secure communications protocol can help you solve these issues because the Teradici PCoIP compresses, encrypts and transmits only video pixels from the broadcaster to home-based/remote users, boosting security and keeping content safe. Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) of “Star Wars” fame, is among the many industry players who have adopted Teradici PCoIP. PCoIP sends pixels rather than complete files, its bandwidth requirements are relatively small and this is why ILM uses PCoIP to share dailies between its San Francisco headquarters and collaborators worldwide. Doing so avoids sending large proprietary video files over the internet and keeps the actual file within the broadcaster’s domain.
During this webcast, Teradici Technical Marketing Principal Ian Main will share how:
•Teradici PCoIP (and other Teradici products) can provide broadcasters and their home-based workers with a secure, efficient, and scalable virtual work environment
•How ILM and other users are using PCoIP today, and how easily broadcasters can implement PCoIP in their own IT infrastructures.
Teradici is the creator of the PCoIP remoting protocol and Cloud Access Software, the leading solution that enables secure delivery of virtual workspaces for high-definition, responsive computing. We power a spectrum of local, remote and collaborative work styles, universally connected via on-premises data centers or through a cloud.…