FACT renews Aframe cloud video certification for third year
DetailsEditor | 20 February 2015
Cloud-based video production system provider Aframe has had its core platform certified for the third year by FACT, the Federation Against Copyright Theft.
Established 30 years ago to represent its members across the UK and global film, television, technology and sports rights industries, FACT aims to protect the interests of its members through intelligence gathering and by working with law enforcement organisations to generate actions against individuals and groups involved in piracy. It also assists in providing best practice on protecting members' intellectual property.
FactAs part of its accreditation Aframe was surveyed on and passed inspection of the physical security of its building, alarm systems, access control systems, digital security, audit trails, staff vetting and training and appropriate systems for visitors."We take the security of our customers' footage very seriously which is why we ensure our servers meet the toughest industry standards," said Aframe CEO and Founder David Peto commenting on the award. "We know that the intellectual property that our clients store within our portal is a core asset and protecting it is critical to their business. Through the FACT accreditation we hope that our clients can rest assured that footage is safe and secure within our environment."
Added FACT director general Kieron Sharp: "Piracy is a global issue and we are pleased to have Aframe maintain its position among the organisations that are supporting us to deter it...Aframe has proven for the third year running that it has high levels of security in order to safeguard the intellectual property rights of its customers; something we strongly encourage. I look forward to their continued support and hope to see them accredited for further years to come."