The table below lists companies have been awarded one or both of the DPP Committed to Security marks, and their expiry dates.
We’re proud to display the Committed to Security Mark for both Broadcast & Production and grateful for the DPP’s efforts in championing best practice cyber security and continuing to highlight to all in the industry what they should expect.
– Paul Clennell, CTO, dock10
|Base Media Cloud||24/01/2020|
|BT Media and Broadcast||09/03/2020||09/03/2020|
|Envy Post Production||21/11/2019|
|Eurofins Digital Testing||13/03/2020|
|The Farm Group||06/09/2018|
|Fifty Fifty Post||24/08/2019|
|Marshall Info Tech||08/09/2018|
|Prime Focus Technologies||16/11/2019||16/11/2019|
|Sundog Media Toolkit||31/01/2019|
|Visual Data Media Services||13/04/2019||13/04/2019|
|WCP Media Services||04/12/2018||04/12/2018|
The DPP Committed to Security Programme is supported by Eurofins Digital Testing.
Participation in this Programme is intended to help reduce the likelihood of content loss or theft. However, no amount of best practice or adherence to standards will eliminate all of the risks. The DPP is not responsible for the individual organisation’s implementation of the Committed to Security Programme, and cannot be held accountable should a breach occur.