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Securing Content in a Multi-Platform World: Six Questions Every Media Broadcaster and Programmer Need to Ask

Vinit Duggal, Vice President, Network Engineering In the media world, the quality, reliability and unique nature of a broadcaster’s or programmer’s content is king.  While piracy has been an issue for years, as more consumers cut their cable cord and content moves across multiple platforms,...

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How Satellite Networks Can Protect Connected Cars from Getting Hacked

By Vinit Duggal, Chief Information Security Officer, Intelsat Hardly a week goes by without the announcement of another large database of consumer information being hacked by unknown cyber criminals. The breach of credit card or identity data is serious, but the potential harm is mostly financial. ...

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U.S. Senate Testimony

Intelsat’s CEO Stephen Spengler appeared before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation on October 25, 2017 to deliver prepared remarks and answer questions from Chairman John Thune, Ranking Member Nelson and Committee members regarding the commercial satellite indust...

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Satellites are Critical for IoT Sector to Reach its Full Potential

In a recent TechCrunch article, Mohammad Marashi, Intelsat’s Vice President of Innovation & Service Architecture shares his thoughts about how satellite technology will be critical in supporting the development of the IoT sector and new innovations such as the connected car and autonomous vehi...

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Satellites Creating a Route from the Connected Ship to the Smart Ship

By Mark Rasmussen, Vice President & General Manager, Mobility Mark RasmussenVice President & General Manager, Mobility Just a couple of years ago, most talk about providing satellite connectivity to commercial ships at sea revolved around the needs of the crew to be connected to friends and ...

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