We’re pleased to announce that DNEG is an early adopter of TPN+, a new platform launched by the Motion Picture Association (MPA)’s Trusted Partner Network, the world’s leading content security program.
Since its launch in 2018, The Trusted Partner Network has maintained the MPA’s content security best practices and has served as a benchmark for partners involved in creating film and television content. While the program initially focused on physical site assessments and on-site inspections, the rise of remote work due to the pandemic required revisions to the security framework.
The new TPN+ platform holistically accounts for Cloud, remote and on-site workflows and requirements. Designed to help vendors manage their profiles when meeting different levels of security standards, its revised framework also uses automation to reduce redundancy and repetition. Of the platform, DNEG Chief Information Security Officer Royston Ballard said:
“The TPN framework provides us with a highly beneficial, standardised, measurable and industry-wide compliance and assurance baseline. The new revisions to the TPN framework provide us with a relevant and required reference to not only minimise our risk exposure but function as a business enabler to promote further productivity, agility and collaboration.”
Over the course of the last six months, our DNEG team was proud to work closely with TPN to help redesign and refresh the industry wide compliance and assurance best practices. In the below interview, Royston and TPN President Terri Davies discuss this collaboration and the new framework: