What is DTLS?
DTLS, or Datagram Transport Layer Security, is a protocol designed to secure communication over unreliable, datagram-based transport layers, such as User Datagram Protocol (UDP). It builds upon the established Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol and is particularly advantageous for applications like internet telephony, streaming, gaming, and VPNs. The key distinction lies in its ability to ensure that data packets cannot be lost and always arrive in the correct order.
Why DTLS for secure
DTLS technology means your content is delivered via the most protected UDP transport available today. DTLS is unique in the industry and exclusive to the SDVP.
DTLS is a communications protocol that is based on TLS (Transport Layer Security), the same robust technology used for securing most popular applications such as HTTPS. This protocol permits streaming video systems to exchange data with other appropriate systems without allowing eavesdropping, tampering, or message forgery. DTLS enables the SDVP to provide best-in-class security for content transported via UDP.
The security stack is available in all Zixi software tools and SDKs for secure video streaming that’s easy to implement.
Security Standards Compliance
Zixi is trusted to deliver the worlds most valuable content, everyday. That trust has been earned by Zixi continuously fortifying and testing our services to ensure they are hardened to deliver market leading security and data privacy. Zixi rigorously adheres to stringent industry standards and is certified SOC2 Type I and Type II compliant, validating Zixi practices and operating effectiveness. Zixi also runs independent 3rd party penetration testing and has been audit verified by the industries most demanding media companies. Zixi is serious about protecting your content and the infrastructure and services that deliver it; and remain committed with continuous audits and iterative improvements as security best practices and threat profiles evolve.
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