July 21, 2012

CIMM DEFINITION: A removable security module which separates the cable operator’s proprietary conditional access system from the host device. This separable security configuration provides secure access to encrypted digital cable programming and enables portability of retail host devices between cable networks throughout the nation.

(Source: Definition currently under review by CableLabs)

2: Removable security card for digital cable terminals, as defined by the OpenCable project.  (Source: Unisoft)