Tuesday, December 11, 2012

INSIDE SECURE intros end-to-end security offering for DTCP-IP

FRANCE: INSIDE Secure announced the availability of DRM Fusion for DTCP-IP, a new software-based end-to-end security solution that ensures that high-value content such as high-definition video remains secure and is copy protected when transmitted between PCs, tablets, smartphones, smart TVs, gaming consoles and HD projectors.

Offering the latest version of the Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP v1.7) standard for high definition digital media, DRM Fusion for DTCP is the newest security offering from INSIDE Secure, and represents the next step in building out the most complete, end-to-end content protection offering in the industry.

Optimized for mobile devices, the INSIDE Secure’s DTCP content protection software prevents high-value media content from being leaked or hacked by performing interactive device authentication between server and player devices before initiating the encrypted data transmission.
DRM Fusion for DTCP-IP is specifically tailored for secure content sharing between both wired and wireless devices, enabling consumers to view protected content on their laptop on an LCD monitor, record and copy a high-definition broadcast for offline viewing or stream copyrighted music stored on a smartphone to an in-home or in-vehicle entertainment system.

“Part of our recent acquisition of Embedded Security Solutions, this new offering is the most recent addition to our portfolio of content security offerings, and ensures end-to-end content protection during digital transmission to address the rapidly growing market for connected media devices,” said Dr. Simon Blake-Wilson, executive VP, ESS, at INSIDE Secure.

“This kind of high-value content protection is required by the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) and is critically needed by manufacturers of DLNA certified devices and for the hundreds of millions of DLNA devices already deployed.”

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