If your DVD can be read by a standard DVD player then it can be read by a standard DVD player. This implies that it can use only that which is supported by standard DVD players, i.e. CSS, which is hopelessly weak.
You would have better luck with AACS as used in Blu-ray disks. What AACS tries to achieve is still "impossible" in theory, but in practice copying a Blu-ray disk or extracting its contents requires some hardware which costs more than 40$ at the nearest electronics shop. If the contents of your disk are interesting in some way, there will come a time when some people will find it fit to invest some effort in extracting them, but you might hope for a few weeks or even months of respite before this event.