Today’s media and entertainment companies face numerous security threats. These span their internal enterprise software applications and hardware, physical office locations, service delivery infrastructure, content protection methods, billing systems, customer-facing applications, customer premises equipment (CPE), and consumer devices.
Eurofins Digital Testing announced its Cybersecurity Division will offer media companies a suite of supplemental cybersecurity services to enhance the DPP’s Committed to Security program. Specifically, Eurofins’ CyberSecurity Framework: Media Edition provides a suite of customizable services designed to increase cybersecurity robustness across the media marketplace.
Eurofins assesses and validates checklists submitted by suppliers to ensure compliance with the DPP-defined security best practices, in order to receive the official DPP Committed to Security Mark.
Based on learnings from its Committed to Security appraisals and results gathered across a wide range of DPP member and external companies, Eurofins developed the CyberSecurity Framework to provide a customizable set of tools to test the effectiveness of the cybersecurity in-force, and where necessary, take remedial action to reinforce existing cybersecurity structures.
CyberSecurity Framework contains a range of services, including:
- Threat analysis;
- OTT platform penetration testing (infrastructure, apps and device based);
- Compliance audits;
- Security monitoring;
- Security testing for TV software;
- Comprehensive e-learning courses to upskill staff members; and more.
For more information, visit: www.eurofins-cybersecurity.com/.
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