October 28, 2016

Managing Video Piracy

Video piracy is arguably one of the most pervasive forms of cybercrime found online today. According to Google stats, requests to remove copyrighted materials has grown from just over 1 million requests in July 2012 to over 24 million requests as of September 2016, resulting in over a total of 1.88 billion URLs being removed on over 921,000 websites.

Offering a unique, front-line perspective, watch as CATAAlliance Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes, speaks with Doug Pluta, Security Analyst, for the APJC Operational Security at Cisco Systems regarding the challenges they confront in areas such as over-the-top video and streaming piracy activities, digital rights management hacking, and the growing threats faced in the home by Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices.


To view this 14-minute briefing, visit: https://vimeo.com/catanettv/dougplutacisco

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Support the call for a National First Responder Secretariat.

Visit this page to download the CATAAlliance 7-page concept paper and watch the video podcast of three noted public safety leaders explaining their support for this advocacy campaign: http://cata.ca/2016/a-national-first-responder-secretariat/

To learn more or to get involved, contact Kevin Wennekes at kwennekes@cata.ca or by calling (613)-769-8614.

CITIG10 – The Tenth Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop

Plan to attend Canada’s premiere communications interoperability event taking place November 27-30 in Vancouver.

Join CATAAlliance and the Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety (CCJS) in the Public Safety Apps workshop being hosted Tuesday, November 29 from 10:55-12:00 in the main Boardroom! Contact Steve Palmer, Executive Director of the CCJS for more information on this exciting workshop: part of a foundational study seeking to develop recommendations and guidance on the operational requirements for applications and the development of applications that meet these operational requirements, as they pertain to the Public Safety Broadband Network (PSBN) and 700 MHz Band 14 mobile devices.

Mr. Palmer can be reached at: Steve.Palmer@uregina.ca

Register today at: http://www.citig.ca/citig-10-2016-11-27.aspx