EditShare announced that Germany’s leading editorial creative facility, Trailerhaus, has revamped its media management infrastructure and security measures to meet new TPN security standards with EditShare workflow solutions.
Turning out more than 300 theatrical trailers and editorial projects for the German-speaking market, the upgraded facility features EditShare’s EFS media engineered shared storage platform coupled with EditShare Flow for workflow media management.
The Trailerhaus post-production service offering has attracted every major production studio as well as a wide range of independent filmmakers across Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
When researching its next-generation media management infrastructure, Trailerhaus founder and chief creative officer, Norbert Keil, put security alongside performance at the top of their list of requirements.
“For a facility like ours, security is priority number one. It’s as important as being known creatively. Stolen content costs clients millions of dollars and is the end of your business. And today, for our industry, the biggest risk is not so much cyber as it is the people that have access to the content and the lack of protocols around how they are supposed to handle, modify and distribute the material.” Keil said.
“It is good to have organizations like the CDSA and MPAA identifying best practices and TPN defining security standards that we can all follow. It gives our clients peace of mind that we are implementing the highest degree of security measurements. It also gives vendors like EditShare a path to develop the capabilities we require such as the digital audit trail.”
Trailerhaus opted for the EditShare EFS with file auditing capabilities, a security best practice as defined by the CDSA and MPAA.