Best Practices for Securing Live Streams

(DRAFT) Securing Live Streams

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Please note that this is a DRAFT document. As such, details may change prior to publication. Also, the download button links to the current draft document housed in the Streaming Video Alliance member portal. Clicking on the button will open the portal which will require you to login with valid credentials of a paying member company.

Estimated Publication Date

Q3, 2020

Document Description

The ability to prevent piracy, take down illegal content, and act against illegal sources are key objectives of content protection. Meeting these objectives requires the use of a variety of technologies including watermarking, Digital Rights Management (DRM), fingerprinting, and cryptography. This document examines and discusses the streaming video system to provide best practices for protecting and securing streaming video content for both content providers and distributors to ensure content is being used as intended by those who it was intended.

Working Group Chairs

The following members are the current working group chairs. Note: if the document is published under new chairs, the new chairs will be reflected on the published document and below.

Kei Foo

Mike Wilkinson

Matt Tooley

Contributors

The following members have contributed to the development of this document. Note: for draft documents, this list may change prior to publication.

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