Business performance, redefined
NAGRA Insight leverages Artificial Intelligence (AI) to predict the individual behavior of TV viewers such as propensity to churn, to purchase a package or to consume specific content, every day, at scale. It generates intelligent operational actions that increase both the operators’ bottom line and their subscribers’ satisfaction.
Kudelski Security was founded as a logical extension to the Group’s expertise in digital asset security and delivers effective end-to-end cybersecurity services for large organizations around the world: technology consulting, managed security services, cyber staffing and IoT security. Today, Kudelski Security is the largest pure-play cybersecurity solutions providers in Switzerland and one of the fastest growing in the United States.
Internet of Things
In 2017, capitalizing on decades of innovation in protecting digital TV contents and devices and the expertise of Kudelski Security, the Kudelski Group launched its Internet of Things (IoT) Security Center of Excellence to address demand for increased protection of connected devices. The Center provides solutions to help companies across all industries secure their IoT devices and business models during the design phase and throughout their entire product lifecycles.
December 15, 2020
NAGRA Insight selected as ‘AI and Machine Learning Innovation of the Year’ at the VideoTech Innovation Awards 2020
NAGRA takes home top honours for its ability to improve business performance and operational excellence for pay-TV service providers worldwide.
November 06, 2020
How the pay-TV industry can employ data to rise to the challenge of Covid
NAGRA's Jacques-Edouard Guillemot explains how real-time access to and analysis of data can help pay-TV operators be more resilient and able to adapt quickly in the face of a crisis.
October 01, 2020
NAGRA Insight wins top honours at the CSI Awards 2020
NAGRA Insight selected as ‘Best Data & Analytics Innovation’ for its ability to help major service providers around the world improve their bottom line by tens of millions of dollars