Why many studios and broadcasters are banning FTP from their supply chain

For decades, FTP (File Transfer Protocol) has been used in the Media & Entertainment (M&E) industry to move files between servers and for distributing them around the world. And for just as long, cybersecurity experts have been warning of its potential threat to network security, intellectual property and privacy. Nevertheless, FTP has persisted.

Is security enhanced or hindered by additional software layers on top of raw storage?

Media professionals have many options for storing, organizing and accessing digital media assets, but security implications are a constant consideration. So is security enhanced or hindered by additional software layers?

The Secure Design Principles That Guide Signiant

The highly secure architecture of all of our products is the result of consistent application of secure design principles, which are also reflected in operational policy and procedures.

Flight’s Security: End-to-end encryption for Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure

Learn about the extra layers of security Flight provides.

Signiant Flight’s Multi-Layered Security

For every cloud vendor integration, Flight was built from the ground up with security in mind.

Media Shuttle’s Multi-layered Security: Defense in Depth

Five key security features protect assets moved with Media Shuttle.

Media and Entertainment industry security concerns

Learn how Signiant applies SDN concepts to develop secure hybrid SaaS solutions for Media & Entertainment.

Security Concepts: The Importance of Usability

The overlap between Software Security and User Experience Design is an increasingly important area to understand.