About Irdeto

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Irdeto is a world leader in Media Protection, Multiscreen and Revenue Assurance solutions for pay TV operators, OTT service providers and content owners. Irdeto enables pay media companies to provide a personal media experience for their consumers, uncover new revenue opportunities and offer new forms of entertainment on broadcast, broadband and mobile networks.

Irdeto offers an advanced portfolio of conditional access, rights management, multi-screen, home networking, piracy control and business intelligence services. For more than 40 years the company has been helping to evolve today's connected day — from enabling the world's first digital satellite pay TV network to the world's first mobile broadcast TV service to nearly every device and medium that a business or consumer engages on a regular basis. Irdeto has been there from the beginning and proudly looks forward to continuing to foster the connected day, driven by the digital industry.

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Management Team

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Graham Kill

Chief Executive Officer Chief Financial Officer (Acting)

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Andrew Wajs

Chief Technology Officer

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Ben Bennett

SVP Services

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Barry Coleman

SVP Talent Community

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Richard Scott

SVP Sales and Marketing

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Martin Sendyk

SVP Solutions

A "Green" Company

photo: A Green Company Irdeto is committed to environmental responsibility, as evidenced by its architectural and interior design and energy utilization principles in its Netherlands office, and its focus on finding innovative ways to deliver “greener” solutions to the market.

Irdeto's office in the Netherlands was designed and built with the environment in mind. Located just opposite Hoofddorp train station, the building is equipped with bike racks and showers to encourage employees to use environmentally-friendly modes of transportation. Designed by MIII Architects, this sustainable 10,000 sq. m. office building meets the GreenCalc-score B.

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Certifications

Irdeto conducts its operations according to world class standards to ensure its products and services attain high levels of quality and security.

FIPS 140-2, Level One Validation

Irdeto's Cloakware Security Kernel has received level one certification of the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Publication 140-2, a government standard that validates security claims for cryptography products through the National Institute of Standards and Technology and Communications Security Establishment. The Cloakware Security Kernel incorporates an Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256 bit key that is made more robust using Irdeto's transcoding "white-box" technology. Validation to FIPS140-2 is required for any cryptographic solution in use by U.S. and Canadian federal agencies including contracted service providers.

ISO 9001 and ISO 27001

Irdeto conducts its operations according to world class standards to ensure its products and services attain high levels of quality and security. This is supported by the implementation of an ISO 9001 certified Business Management System and an ISO 27001 certified Information Security Management System providing a framework for processes driving the company’s strategy and objectives. This framework of ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 international standards enable Irdeto to constantly enhance customer satisfaction through continual improvement of its processes. Irdeto's implementation of both standards are regularly audited by an external certification body. While the ISO 9001 certificate covers our DTV Business Line and the ISO 27001 certificate covers the secure generation and handling of key material in our in Hoofddorp and Eagan facilities, the processes and principles are applied across the organization.

SARFT

Irdeto was the first foreign manufacturer to receive Class A SARFT certification from the Chinese State Administration for Radio Film and Television (SARFT). The certification mandates increased levels of specification for providers of conditional access (CA) systems in the areas of reliability, security and scalability.