Director, Global Content Protection Internet

Company Name:
Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.
Under the direction of the Vice President, Global Content Protection, Internet, the Director, Global Content Protection, Internet will be responsible for working with the Internet Intelligence team in the United States to execute MPAA's global online content protection strategies. This position is primarily responsible for managing and executing a global Internet strategy for combating piracy, including keeping apprised of technological developments in the piracy ecosystem and user behaviors online, and assisting in the management of multiple projects.

Key Responsibilities

Assist the Vice President and Global Content Protection group in developing and executing a global Internet strategy.
Identify global and local trends that define how Internet users are consuming film and television content online.
Monitor and report on trends in Internet content distribution methods and consumer electronics that may impact the delivery of film and television content.
Conduct detailed forensic analysis of online content, including reviewing technical infrastructure of online platforms and sites.
Interact with MPAA member studios, industry partners and MPAA vendors to obtain and analyze data regarding online film and television distribution and consumption.
Generate, manipulate and analyze large datasets comprised of both internally-generated information and data provided by various third-party resources.
Present, both orally and in writing, well-reasoned and comprehensive reports to senior management at MPAA and its member studios.
Perform training, guidance and technical support to internal staff as well as Association members and law enforcement based on customized materials for each audience.

Education and Experience Requirements

A Bachelor's degree from an accredited, four-year college required.
Educational background and/or prior employment experience in content protection, business, computer science, digital media, media research or equivalent preferred.
Experience in content protection intelligence, investigation, and enforcement (civil or criminal) preferred.

Skills and Abilities

Experience generating and manipulating large datasets while maintaining a high level of accuracy.
Strong and highly technical experience with online content distribution methods, including streaming video, online file hosting and peer-to-peer sharing.
Experience with website design, development and operation preferred.
Strong ability to take direction and proactively manage projects and employees requiring little oversight and management.
Ability to manage, supervise, and delivers large scale, international strategies and intelligence operations, including multi-tasking large projects at any given time.
Strong technical understanding of the relationship between ISPs, domain names, IP addresses, and hosting providers, and technical infrastructure of such online resources.
Ability to clearly communicate complex project elements, including technological processes and statistical analysis, to a wide range of audiences.
Strong writer and communicator with ability to draft highly technical and/or detailed business reports, with little oversight, in a professional and organized manner for MPAA Executives and member studios.
Strong work ethic and creative problem solving skills including the ability to work well with minimal supervision and guidance.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment.
Strong public speaking and communication skills.
A team player who has the utmost moral and ethical character to support the content protection team and to implement sound strategies that will benefit the motion picture industry today and tomorrow.
All qualified candidates must apply online at https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=11810861 to be considered for this position.

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