Convergence of Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, and Broadcasting: Understanding a New Way of Looking at a Legacy Service

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Originally Aired - Saturday, April 13   |   3:20 PM - 3:40 PM PT

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The convergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cybersecurity, and Broadcasting represents a transformative juncture in multimedia. The forces driving this multidisciplinary synergy are technological advancements reshaping content creation, delivery, and protection. This abstract's author explores the implications of this convergence, analyzing its impact on content production, distribution, and the evolving threat landscape. As broadcasters increasingly rely on AI-driven content production, they must bolster cybersecurity to protect their media and business assets.

Broadcasters may leverage AI and associated technologies to analyze viewer preferences and behavior, optimizing content curation and delivery. Strong cybersecurity measures are necessary to safeguard viewers' personal information and maintain trust in the broadcasting industry. The evolving threat agent landscape further complicates the cybersecurity presence in broadcasting. As AI-driven technologies become integral to media operations, they become attractive targets for malicious actors. Cyberattacks on media organizations, including ransomware, data breaches, and content manipulation, have surged recently.

In conclusion, the convergence of AI, Cybersecurity, and Broadcasting is reshaping the media ecosystem. AI-powered content creation and distribution offer new creative possibilities and business models, while cybersecurity becomes paramount to protect against emerging threats. 

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Cybersecurity for Broadcasters


Nick Hottinger
Sr. Systems Engineer
ONE Media Technologies