Digital Rights Management

Definition updated on November 2023

What is digital rights management?

The use of technology to regulate and manage access to intellectual content is known as digital rights management (DRM). Another definition of DRM is giving computer programs authority over digital content instead of the person who owns it. DRM strives to safeguard the rights of the copyright holder by preventing unauthorized distribution and content alteration. As digital content grows via peer-to-peer file exchanges, torrent websites, and online piracy, DRM is becoming more and more crucial. It helps entertainment and media companies protect themselves from cybersecurity dangers that all companies must handle, including securing customer data, ensuring and proving compliance, enhancing operational effectiveness, and preventing unavailability.

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