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Securing Streaming Video
This project is intended to develop a document which provides a clear picture of the available technologies and solutions to combat various attack vectors which can compromise streaming video security, as well as a framework to help govern the business strategy related to implementing a sustainable security approach to protect high-value streaming assets.
Goals and Objectives
- Provide a baseline understanding of streaming video architecture.
- Provide an explanation of different video delivery components and content protection options.
- Provide an overall description of the current video piracy landscape.
- Explain the importance of securing streaming video.
- A high-level overview of current video piracy issues.
- An overview of streaming video workflow from ingest to delivery and architecture.
- Descriptions of, and references to, available technologies, tools, and solutions which address piracy and video asset security.
- A list of best practices to secure content and content delivery.
- In-depth analysis of the available technologies, tools, and solutions
- A prescription or mandate to use a certain solution to address a specific aspect of streaming video security.
The following members have contributed to this project. Click on their name to visit their profile. If they have not published their profile, the link will redirect to their LinkedIn profile.
- Global Innovation Policy Center Digital Video Piracy
- IETF RFC 8216 HTTP Live Streaming
- ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management
- Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework
- MovieLabs Specification for Enhanced Content Protection (ECP)
- ONVIF Standardization of communication between IP-based physical security products (see profiles S and T)
- OWASP The Free and Open software security community
- Sandvine Video Piracy Report
- Streaming Video Alliance Technical Publication: Forensic Watermarking Implementation Considerations for Streaming Media