Intertrust Media Solutions is a one-stop shop for media and entertainment content protection and anti-piracy services. The ExpressPlay Media Security Suite includes all components required to meet stringent content licensing requirements, and it fulfills the requirements of MovieLabs’ Enhanced Content Protection (ECP) specification.
ExpressPlay DRM – Cloud-based Multi-DRM Service
ExpressPlay DRM is a cloud-based multi-DRM service supporting all major DRMs with scalability proven in the world’s largest OTT streaming operations. It enables rights owners to protect and monetize live and on-demand UHD 4K content by supporting common streaming formats and client devices.
ExpressPlay Anti-Piracy – Forensic Watermarking, Web Monitoring and Piracy Take-down Support
ExpressPlay Anti-Piracy and Watermarking service incorporates web piracy monitoring and legal enforcement for linear, live, and VOD content. It combines online piracy monitoring using fingerprinting with watermarking that supports fast extraction of payloads in illegally redistributed content and allows watermarking-related applications to be managed together with ExpressPlay multi-DRM service.
ExpressPlay XCA – Converged security for broadcast TV
ExpressPlay XCA is a unique broadcast security solution based on studio trusted and open-standard Marlin DRM. It enables broadcasters to deliver premium/UHD content directly to smart TVs without STBs, reducing TCO. The converged broadcast-OTT security client is pre-integrated into numerous chipsets and TV OEM products, speeding time-to-market.
ExpressPlay DRM Offline – Secure Download and Offline Playback
ExpressPlay DRM Offline is a multi-DRM platform with Google Widevine and Apple FairPlay support alongside Marlin DRM, and designed to secure content delivery in offline environments. When combined with the Kiora content delivery platform and premium programming from Filmbankmedia, it enables a turn-key solution for premium entertainment.
whiteCryption Code Protection – Protect Your Apps
Code Protection enables apps to run in zero-trust environments, embedding automated self-defense capabilities to prevent anyone from reverse engineering the code, stealing sensitive data and IP, or hijacking the software for malicious purposes.