Intertrust Technologies Corporation announced this week that it is showcasing its suite of Internet security and trusted computing products at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas next week.
The show runs from April 18-21.
Intertrust, we’re told, is demonstrating products that “enhance the way people make content and devices trusted across the entire digital entertainment ecosystem” – including pre-production, production, post-production and consumption.
If you’re not familiar, Intertrust products provide content protection and app security and enable monetization of protected content by sharing data across distributed trusted cloud services.
Attendees at NAB seeking to build security for devices, such as remote drones and camera controls, collaboration systems, playback systems, and more, or simply looking for ways to monetize protected content distributed across the cloud, can find solutions and meet the Intertrust team at the South Hall, Intertrust Booth SU10002CM.
“Today, it’s important that the connected devices in the digital entertainment ecosystem are secure and trusted – whether it’s for remote controlled drones, VR goggles, digital dailies or consumer playback devices,” said Tim Schaaff, Intertrust’s chief product officer. “All touchpoints within the ecosystem have trust vulnerabilities, and anybody sharing cloud-based data must be armed with an assortment of digital rights mechanisms as the data journeys across the many touchpoints in the entertainment network.”