Video Security

How Single Sign-On Works With Online Video

Protecting video content can come in a few different flavors. At a very basic level password protecting a single video will restrict access to anyone with the password. Domain, IP and Geo-restriction protects a video from playback outside a network, geographic location or blocking playback when the video player is removed from whitelisted websites. The more advanced method is to include within a u...[Read More]

How To Check If Your Videos Are Secure From Download

Video security is a topic that we have covered extensively here, looking at use cases such as password protected and video behind the firewall. What we haven’t touched much on is how to protect the master video files that can sometimes be exposed via video players embedded on your website. Why does this matter? Let’s quickly examine… Premium video player technology makes it really easy to upload a...[Read More]

Are Video File Downloads Right For Your Video Strategy?

You’ve rolled out an online video strategy across your company. The marketing team is using video to drive demand, the product team has a video library that details your product, and the HR team has an internal video portal for employees. Videos across your deployment are streaming only, meaning that they can’t be downloaded or accessed offline. Videos are viewable on any device, but your sales te...[Read More]

Why Tracking Cookies Are Important For Video Marketing

Tracking cookies are browser components generally associated with a website or landing page. Cookies can be dropped into a viewer’s browser, tracking incredibly powerful insights into viewer behavior. A Browser cookie is the necessary ‘tracking code’ that creates the personalized experience you see on the web when you visit website. It enables websites to present you with information that is...[Read More]

What’s The Importance of Single Sign-On In Your Online Video Strategy?

When it comes to implementing video across your organization, you’ll most likely be managing video that’s public facing, generally for marketing purposes, and also sensitive content destined for a controlled authenticated audience. There are a number of technology options and methods to protect video content, this post covers what we would consider to be the most scalable and easy to use, Single S...[Read More]

Online Video Security Best Practices and Strategy

If you’re looking to protect your online video content and YouTube’s private video feature is not secure enough there are a number of different options for video security depending on time, budget and ongoing management. Time: How long do you want to spend putting the private video environment together? Budget: How much money do you want to spend managing authentication tied to video? Management: ...[Read More]

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