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Media Content Security Solutions

Prevent piracy and unauthorized access while maximizing the monetization of premium assets

Content culture is on the rise — protect the entire consumption journey.

While the Akamai Intelligent Edge Platform provides security solutions for customer platforms and networks, content security capabilities are designed to prevent piracy, stop unauthorized access, and maximize monetization for media organizations at scale.

Content Security Resources

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Token Authentication

Link and credential sharing result in rampant content piracy and lost monetization opportunities for media organizations. Learn how Akamai’s solution helps prevent unauthorized access to the content from illicit users using a token-based authentication system.

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Access Revocation

Akamai's Access Revocation capability provides the ability for media organizations to revoke an active video streaming session in real time that is either unauthorized or is the source of piracy.

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Watermarking

Akamai's watermarking provides a unique identity to the content and helps trace the source of piracy by dynamically adding unique, imperceptible watermarking within the video.

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Enhanced Proxy Detection

Understand how Akamai provides a simple and effective method for media organizations to implement geolocation restrictions to meet their contractual obligations with rights holders and prevent geolocation fraud and piracy.

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Media Delivery with Standard TLS

Akamai today supports media delivery over Standard TLS by delivering HTTPS traffic with the same offload, throughput, and latency as HTTP traffic to prevent hijacking or snooping of data.

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Piracy Is Not Dead

It’s harder than ever to protect content from unauthorized access. In this feature from AkamaiTV, Alex Balford and Ritika Tandon discuss how some of the biggest content companies are working hard to protect their most valuable assets.

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