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Advanced Applications-Video: Securing Collaborative Applications: Video, VoD, and VoIP

Time 10/14/03 01:15PM-02:30PM

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Session Abstract

Secure Videoconferences for the Health Sciences.
Internet2 Health Sciences Security SIG, VidMid-VC and ViDe partner for a presentation and panel session on implementing secure videoconferences for telemedicine, health science research and education. Background: Medicare regulations require and HIPAA makes it advisable to encrypt patient-identifiable data transmitted across the Internet. Inexpensive H.323 conference devices have led to an explosion of interest among health care providers in interactive video for consultation, research and education, however (a) the current generation of devices do not provide simple out-of-the-box methods to secure conferences and (b) general security measures such as network firewalls introduce problems for videoconferencing. This session will present some demonstrated real world methods to encrypt interactive video sessions and will address both the threat and requirements to encrypt as well as suggest institutional policies. Research directions for improving videoconferencing security in the near future will also be presented.

VidMid VoD Update and Directions.
Advanced networks in concert with expanding broadband connectivity are driving an exponential demand for anytime, anywhere audio and video resources via the Internet. Collections of high quality digital media are rapidly becoming network available but the lack of consistent middleware severely limits discovery and accessibility. The Internet2 Vidmid VoD working group has been exploring requirements and developing models where federated autonomous media repositories become globally visible via exchange of consistent metadata in conjunction with digital rights middleware support to mitigate access. This work includes collaboration with other efforts in the digital library space such as the NSF NSDL.
Security Models for Video and Voice Over IP.
This presentation will provide an overview of existing standards for security for video and voice over IP, and future directions in security. Attention will be given to vendor support (or not) for these protocols as well as challenges faced by campuses in implementing them. Specific topics covered will include:

Speakers

Speaker Jill Gemmill Clemson University

Speaker Jill Gemmill Clemson University

Speaker Jere Retzer Oregon Health Sciences University

Speaker Jere Retzer Oregon Health Sciences University

Speaker Jim DeRoest ResearchChannel

Speaker Jim DeRoest ResearchChannel

Speaker Samir Chatterjee Claremont Graduate University

Speaker Samir Chatterjee Claremont Graduate University

Speaker Jill Gemmill Clemson University

Speaker Jill Gemmill Clemson University

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Heathcare Requirements For Secure Interactive Video (ppt)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Jere Retzer Oregon Health Sciences University

media item thumbnail Secure Video Conferencing Today (ppt)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Jill Gemmill Clemson University

media item thumbnail Directory Enabled SIP Video Conferencing Client (ppt)

Speaker Samir Chatterjee Claremont Graduate University

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Secondary tracks Advanced Applications - Video Security