MASV Follows Trusted Partner Network Standards
Better, faster, cheaper. Now proud participants in the TPN.
Send large video files securely with MASV. Upholding Trusted Partner Network standards ensures all content passing through MASV is protected against content security threats.
The only TPN-assessed file transfer service for truly massive files
MASV has completed a rigorous third-party evaluation to ensure compliance with the Trusted Partner Network (TPN), owned and managed by the Motion Picture Association (MPA) a leader in third-party entertainment industry assessments.
Some of MASV’s industry-leading security features include:
MASV proactively identifies, evaluates, remediates, and reports on security vulnerabilities. This process is automated at ever stage of the development lifecycle, in addition to weekly code scans.
Hollywood-Grade Data Security
MASV follows industry best practices when it comes to securing customer data in the cloud.
This includes providing least-access employee privilege, enforcing two-factor authentication (2FA) and admin access alerts. But it doesn’t stop with our people, machine access is totally secured through firewall rules and access policies. All of this in addition to audit logs and alerts about any suspicious access.
It doesn’t stop at digital security. We’ve taken steps to ensure the physical security of our employees’ workspaces. This includes security camera coverage and alarm systems.
What are the benefits of using a secure file sharing service?
When your most valuable asset is your content, you can’t leave any element up to chance.
As creative workflows become more complex, content changes hands hundreds of times before it’s released. And as remote collaboration increases, security preparedness is critical.
By choosing a TPN compliant file sharing service, content owners can reduce the risk of content ending up in the wrong hands.
How else does MASV uphold industry-leading security?
We take security seriously. That’s why every package you send with MASV is protected by encryption on all transfers—both in-flight and at rest. In addition to comprehensive password protection that can be updated by administrators at any time, MASV operates on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform, which features built-in, on-premise, and cloud-based security protocols for the best possible protection.
But it doesn’t stop there. Content security is critical especially for pre-release content in the film and television industry. That’s why MASV has completed TPN certification, which ensures that all content passing through MASV is protected against content security threats.
Frequently Asked Questions about MASV’s TPN status
What is the Trusted Partner Network (TPN)?
The Trusted Partner Network (TPN) is a global, industry-wide film and television content protection initiative.
The TPN helps companies prevent leaks, breaches, and hacks of their customers’ movies and television shows prior to their intended release.
Where can I find more information about the Trusted Partner Network?
Visit the TPN website or contact your current MPA security representative for more information.
What does the TPN assessment mean for MASV's customers?
By default, all content transferred through MASV benefits from the enhanced security of TPN compliance, so all customers—regardless of industry—can rest assured their content is protected.
Why did MASV join the Trusted Partner Network?
Thousands of TBs of content are transferred through MASV, and our customers need to know their content is protected at all times.
TPN accreditation includes all aspects of MASV’s business, including physical security, cybersecurity, and human resources.
TPN compliance signifies MASV’s ongoing commitment to content security and protection.
Request a copy of MASV’s TPN Assessment
A copy of our Trusted Partner Network assessment is available upon request. Please complete the form below to request a copy.
“Sharing large files with clients has always been one compromise after another. MASV simplifies all of that and makes file transfer both effortless and blazing fast!”
– Garrett Sergeant, CTO, Simple DCP