I am working on the streamed data security in Wowza and I need some information regarding this. I have collected some of the threats faced by the streaming data and I need information on how Wowza can overcome these threats. Below are the threats...
Possible Streaming content security threats
1. Persistent protection - DRM protection must stay with the content even after delivery.
In the DRM literature, this required level of protection—which
goes beyond the protection that standard cryptography can provide—is often referred
to as “persistent protection”.
a) Stream ripping - Storing of copyright material.
b) Reproducing the content.
2. Any media streamed to a personal computer can be recorded using an analog device.
For example, the video displayed on the monitor screen can be captured via screen
shots. In the DRM world, this fundamental problem is known as the “analog hole” 
and is considered beyond the boundary of protection provided by a DRM system.
3. Garble or destroy the encrypted media stream, thus rendering it useless to the
4. Allowing streamed data access only by Legitimate recipients.
I have read about the third party DRM Add-on available in wowza. Please suggest the security features available as-such in Wowza without these third party DRM support.