The DPP 'Committed to Security' Programme & Mark
Eurofins is working with the not-for-profit DPP, the Digital Production Partnership, on an initiative to address cyber security concerns across the media supply chain.
Who are the DPP?
Counting the BBC, Akamai and Apple amongst its numerous members, DPP is a professional media network that uses intelligence from members to generate insights and enable change across the broadcast and productions industries.
The 'Committed to Security' Mark
The DPP has created the Committed to Security Mark as part of its Committed to Security programme. Gaining the Mark confirms to the marketplace that a company suppling products or services to the production and broadcast industries does so with the highest level of security and meets rigorous checklists drawn up by the DPP.
Eurofins Digital Testing is working with the DPP to assess and validate the checklists submitted by companies to ensure compliance with the DPP defined security best practices. Companies wishing to acquire the Mark must successfully and verifiably adhere to the requirements outlined in the checklists.
Gaining the DPP Committed to Security Mark
Companies and organisations interested in gaining the DPP Committed to Security Mark should do so via the DPP website. Click here to visit.
Members and non-members are eligible to apply, and the process is free for members. A list of companies who have acquired the Mark may also be viewed by following the link above. Qualifying and verified companies can display the relevant mark: