Whether your videos are for general external audiences or private internal ones, Brightcove makes it easy to securely deliver high-quality video experiences to any device. With support for the most sophisticated studio-grade content protection and advanced security features like watermarking, domain and IP restrictions, and geo-restriction, Brightcove helps you deliver even the most sensitive video content with security, control, and confidence.
Brightcove makes it easy to restrict access to your videos by domain, IP address, or publication date. Pinpoint exactly when and where your content is displayed to comply with global launch roll-out schedules or secure behind-the-firewall delivery. Restricting access to sensitive videos by IP address range ensures content is accessible only from within approved networks.
Block video playback based on a variety of proxy scenarios:
Have a video that can’t be distributed outside of a certain geographic region? With Brightcove, you can ensure that you meet your specific geo-restriction, security, and/or content license obligations with advanced geo filtering features. To get even more granular, in the U.S. you can also restrict by Designated Market Area or ZIP code.
Deliver the best video experience with the least network impact. Brightcove offers a number of ways to ensure that you can use video freely without impeding your company’s network performance.
After the initial rights check is run at the start of video playback, another validation of the viewer’s credentials is run mid-stream. If the mid-stream check fails, the player will stop video playback. A great example of this is for a paid sporting event: if the team has a limit on stream concurrency and a paid viewer shares their login, a mid-stream check would determine the user no longer meets the conditions of the restrictions (i.e, more than one person has signed in with those credentials) and playback would stop.
Limiting concurrent streams per user discourages viewers from sharing their credentials with friends who don’t have accounts. With concurrent stream limits, you define the number of video streams that a specific user can watch at any given time.
Device registration occurs when a DRM license request is made. A unique ID is assigned to each device, and with each license request, the device limit is checked and enforced. An example of this is when a content provider grants a publisher permission to stream their content for a period of time and their contractual agreement limits the number of devices associated with a single viewer to two. Once that limit is reached, if a user tries to view the content on a third device – say, a connected TV – the playback will be denied. This enables content owners to achieve their monetization objectives and minimize unauthorized access.
Deliver high-quality video experiences to your employees without the content ever leaving your firewall. With Brightcove's Remote Asset mode, enterprises supply Brightcove with the metadata and file location for videos, but the actual assets are never uploaded to Video Cloud. The video player and metadata are served from Video Cloud, but the video is served from the enterprise's own content delivery network to provide an extra layer of security.
Brightcove leads the industry with our best-in-class Service Level Agreement. Our mission is to make it easy for our customers to deliver the best possible video experience to their viewers. We have a relentless focus on providing an amazing product and maintaining the stability and reliability of our platform.
Trust your content to a proven solution. Brightcove arranges for rigorous third-party assessments of our security protocols to be conducted at least once per year, including network and application vulnerability threats, penetration testing, and application security framework controls auditing.
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