Don’t lose your biggest assets to the next technological gimmick.

Whether it’s a hacker scanning your network for the source code of your next big game, a guy wearing Google Glass into a movie theater, or a script that was leaked online, people are hungry to get their hands on your work—and your intellectual property. And as an entertainment company, you need to protect your IP (games, copyrights, trademarks, media, etc.)—your biggest assets.

While there are many different solutions to protect your critical content (from take down requests on search engines, to sharing scripts only on iPads) people can—and will—go to extremes to circumvent these measures to get their hands on your IP.

To protect your intellectual property, entertainment and media companies like yours are leveraging cyber security company Siege Technologies’ proprietary combination of offense-driven defensive cyber security solutions to help them identify and create new technologies to protect their Entertainment IP through the value chain:

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Clear.

With a powerful combination of cyber security tech and proven methodologies, Siege will help you reverse engineer, identify and remove hostile code.

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Hold.

Once we’ve identified and cleared the cyber security issues, we’ll protect your insurance systems—and your customers—from known threats with powerful monitoring and protection tools.

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Build.

Once your system is protected from future threats, we leverage our proprietary, military grade Threat Quantification Engine to model, map, quantify, and finally—predict attacker capabilities.

About Siege Technologies

Cyber security company, Siege Technologies, was founded in 2009 as an advanced research and development firm. Siege focuses on leveraging offensive cyberwar technologies and methodologies to develop predictive cyber security solutions for insurance, government and other targeted markets.

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Entertainment IP Theft

Theft of “hard” intellectual property increased 56% in 2015.

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