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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.
- 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