You can use a video player with SSO enforcement baked right in so that a viewer must enter authorized credentials to access the video content.
Customers can opt to implement player-level login to add a layer of security to sensitive content. Each and every viewer must provide pre-approved login credentials before they can start playback. An additional benefit to this method is the ability to report on exactly who has watched any given video.
uStudio's video platform Hub has built a flexible authorization module that can be connected to most single sign-on (SSO) systems used by enterprises. Many employees will already be logged in to a corporate system before they load an SSO-protected player, so they can simply click the button to access the video content. If they weren't in a logged-in state already, they will need to log in to begin viewing video content. Also note that, should there be multiple videos on a page using the SSO player, logging in to one of the videos grants the user access to all videos they are authorized to view, without them needing to log in again.
In order to use player SSO with your video content, uStudio will need to configure your studio to communicate with your Information Security department's chosen identity management system (we can work with any modern, SAML-based system). This InfoSec team can manage the specific user permissions associated with any given set of credentials, so that your organization is able to define which groups of individuals can access which videos.
For more information about enabling player-level SSO within your studio, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.