What Is Digital Rights Management (DRM)?

DRM is a system that protects content owners' rights by controlling access to digital files. It restricts unauthorized copying, distribution, or modification of the content through access control, encryption, and licensing techniques.

It aims to protect content owners' rights by combating piracy, preventing copyright infringement, and enabling content monetization. DRM ensures the integrity of digital distribution networks, helping content creators to protect their intellectual property and maintain control over its distribution and usage.

DRM uses codes, applications, and encryption to enforce constraints on copying, device limitations, and exclusive access to digital media, which only unlocks with the proper decryption key.