Digital Rights Management (DRM)

Data Centric Security

Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a term used to describe a range of technologies that are designed to control and protect digital content, such as music, movies, and software. These technologies can be used to prevent unauthorized access to digital content, to prevent the unauthorized copying of digital content, and to enforce other restrictions on the use of digital content. Some common DRM technologies include encryption, digital watermarks, and license management systems. The main goal of DRM is to protect the intellectual property rights of the creators and owners of digital content and to ensure that they are compensated for their work.