Log4J: Does it impact security for Live Streaming?

Log4J: Does it impact security for Live Streaming?

Log4J vulnerability

A flaw in Log4j, a Java library for logging error messages in applications, has recently been the most high-profile security vulnerability on the internet with a severity score of 10 out of 10.

We at nanocosmos give content and system security a high priority and have immediately picked up the task to validate all systems in our infrastructure to prevent attacks based on this Log4j issue.

Nevertheless, giving this a larger context, it is important to be aware of securing all your services against possible attacks, vulnerabilities and misuse. Live content has a value – and is subject to attacks and misuse.

How nanocosmos approaches security issues

Content security and secure live streaming are top priorities for us. As part of our offering, nanoStream Cloud customers rely on content encryption, token based access, and robust operations 24/7. Thus, they can ensure we are taking of their content.

nanoStream Cloud is created with security and encryption enabled by default. It also supports secure access and REST APIs, web hooks and token-based access for certain application scenarios.

But it does not stop here: preventing abuse and attacks on a stream level requires further intelligence and advanced technology. For that reason, we continue improving our technology for further security enhancements and now our new stream protection system is available to pilot customers helping mitigate any possible attack and misuse of live streaming content.

Keep up with our channels to learn more in early 2022 or reach out to us to find out  more now!

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