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The media industry suffered 17 billion credential stuffing attacks between January 2018 and December 2019 according to a new report from Akamai, representing 20% of the 88 billion total credential stuffing attacks observed during the reporting period targeted media companies.
Akamai 15July2020
A study of the online content viewing behaviour by the Asia Video Industry Association’s Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) has found a 55% reduction in consumers in Indonesia accessing piracy websites since September 2019 with the country now a market leader in IP protection in South East Asia boosting growth of legitimate services.
AVIA Indonesia 15July2020
The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) has commended the Singapore High Court for granting an order sought by BBC Studios, Discovery, the Premier League, La Liga and TVB for local internet service providers to block access to 17 domains associated with piracy streaming sites and 41 domains associated with illicit streaming device (ISD) applications.
avia 6Aug2018
The Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), the Spanish Football League (LaLiga), NAGRA and Nordic Content Protection, Spanish National Police and law enforcement agencies throughout Europe have come together to crackdown on and international illegal IPTV streaming network based in Spain that served more than two million paying subscribers worldwide.
Laliga Premier 17June2020
In what it says is the first global study of its kind, video software provider Synamedia has unveiled a series of reports designed to broaden understanding of global sports piracy in order to protect the value of sports rights.

In what it says is a recognition of its commitment to the highest security standards, Dalet has attained Security Marks for Production and Broadcast certification from media industry business network the DPP.

With mass populations confined to their homes as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak, streaming has hit new highs but so has piracy, yet service providers are also quickening the adoption of piracy tracking and monitoring solutions to secure their content and shore up their coffers says a study from ABI Research.

Passing a milestone that shows clearly the extent to which its TV services now scales, and also the massive demand for premium digital content in the country, content protection firm NAGRA has exceeded 1.5 billion multi-DRM licences served by its cloud-based security services platform for Bharti Airtel’s Xstream app in India.