The Worth Of Security (1977)

By Dan Pike, United Cable Television Corporation

Security is worth considerably more in a system with subscription Pay Television because more areas of potential loss, both in materials and service, are presented. This paper discusses the worth of security before and after implementation of subscription Pay Television. Treated are losses due to unauthorized connections to the cable system and losses to inadequate performance of the hardware protecting the pay service.

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