From choosing the most-secure-possible workflow, cloud and storage solutions available to facilitate a fully remote workforce; to discovering gaps in now-crucial business continuity plans; to evaluating threats to your intellectual property where your workforce is dispersed outside the office, the concerns — and threats — are like nothing media and entertainment has encountered before.
DPP MD, Mark Harrison, will join Setting the Standards and Systems for Remote Access and Back to Work, a panel highlighting both the individual work and the increased collaboration of industry associations and their members. As the impact of COVID-19 on the global production community settlers into the “new normal”, where we’ve seen an exponential increase in adoption of tools, technologies and workflows that exist in a more fluid, instant and “always on” infrastructure, these groups play a critical role in how we tackle these increasingly challenging production and distribution models, together with a foundation of infrastructure of risk mitigation, management and security that speaks across all of our constituents.
DPP Programme Delivery Manager, Abdul Hakim, will join A Cultural Revolution: Content Security v. Information Security. Protecting content is an evolving challenge as the entire media ecosystem is quickly migrating to cloud infrastructure. Cloud implementation in content workflow sees teams working to build the processes and skills necessary to maintain control of content and distribution workflows. The complexity increases with the increasing availability of new tools and services that solve a practical or immediate business need for the business or creative user. As new applications become the “go-to” options, it is increasingly important for companies to deploy a workflow for onboarding and managing these services.