Trailerhaus meets new security standards with Editshare

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The German 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 facility features EditShare’s EFS media engineered shared storage platform coupled with EditShare Flow for workflow media management.

Trailerhaus opted for the EditShare EFS with file auditing capabilities, a” security best practice as defined by the CDSA and MPAA”, according to the press release. EditShare file auditing operates as part of the file system itself. As such, it “sees” all user behaviors including all login and logouts and all file opens, creations, modifications, movements, and deletions. The dashboard provides media professionals with an easy-to-interpret real-time visual snapshot of all project and content activity.

“When we first started, we could only trace logins on PCs. With EditShare file auditing, we are now able to trace content movement back to exactly who did what and when. It’s simple to use and it is airtight,” says Trailerhaus Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Norbert Keil.

“Facilities like Trailerhaus are under immense pressure to implement highly secure solutions, yet the wide range of options out there tend to limit performance and creative collaboration,” adds Rob Adams, VP WW Sales at EditShare. “We recognized early on that security was incredibly important and the available solutions were not addressing what the creative market requires and how they work. Our security features were designed to support media workflows, fulfilling critical security layers as outlined by guiding industry organizations MPAA, CDSA and TPN.”

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