Michal Brenner

Marketing Manager

Service Provider Video Marketing

Michal Brenner has nearly 15 years of experience in product marketing for technology companies. At Cisco her current focus is on security for video content and service providers.

In her previous product marketing roles, Michal was responsible for marketing a range of technologies in the areas of service provider broadband and video software, user authentication solutions, and flexible digital displays. Prior to these roles, Michal served as strategic consultant with Oliver, Wyman & Company. Michal graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania in 1999 with degrees in electrical engineering and entrepreneurial management from the Wharton School.

Outside of work Michal enjoys spending quality time with her family, cooking and painting.


September 15, 2017


How to Evolve Media Infrastructure, and Sleep Well at Night

3 min read

New security threats can be unsettling, but with the right security foundation, media companies can gain the visibility and control that they need across their IP and cloud infrastructure.

September 16, 2017


Looking for the most refined weapon to combat piracy? Use data

4 min read

Password sharing for TV streaming apps is a common and challenging phenomenon. Using data science and machine learning, we can detect and categorize account sharing behavior, enabling effective response.

Media Transformation: Security Is Key

2 min read

Security is a key enabler for media companies transforming to IP for video production and delivery. To achieve security, new piracy and cyber threats must be addressed.

September 12, 2016


A Few Words on Streaming Piracy Operations… and the Limitations of Current Anti-Piracy Measures

6 min read

By Ted Rose, Operational Security, Service Provider Video Software and Solutions, Cisco Many (if not most!) service providers identify illegal streaming as the next big threat to their business. The problem is that in the multi-faceted, continuously expanding landscape of illegal streaming, it’s hard to define the enemy and even more difficult to choose the […]

September 2, 2016


Same Pirates, New Means: From Card Sharing to Content Sharing

4 min read

By Miro Pinkas, Information Security Engineer, Operational Security, SPVSS, Cisco Methods of video piracy have changed over the years — that’s for sure. What hasn’t changed is the motivation to do it in the first place. For one thing, consumers are price-motivated, and “free” is an enduringly popular price point. Viewers are inspired to see […]

#CiscoChat: Protecting Video Content, Revenues and Infrastructure: Holistic Security for Media and Service Providers

1 min read

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Beyond DRM: How to prevent video piracy in the digital age

2 min read

Digital piracy is rife and stakes are higher than ever for service providers. So how can you build on DRM to reduce copyright infringement and minimize losses? The very nature of video piracy means it’s tough to put an accurate figure on global levels. But some estimates claim illegal streaming makes up about 24% of […]

The New Face of Digital Piracy: Part One

2 min read

By Ted Rose, Operational Security, Service Provider Video Software and Solutions, Cisco Our security team already blogged about the complex realities of securing digital video content back in April, when attendees of the National Association of Broadcasters gathered in Las Vegas for their annual meet-up. Then (and now), they were grappling with how to keep […]

At ANGA COM: Advancing Content Protection with DVB-CSA3 Encryption

1 min read

If you’ve been waiting for marketplace evidence of the implementation of DVB-CSA3 — also known as version 3 of the Common Scrambling Algorithm, and the most advanced encryption algorithm for broadcast in the DVB standard — it’s to be found in Cologne, Germany, at this week’s ANGA COM. European service providers need DVB-CSA3 to curb […]

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