Advanced secure multimedia services for digital homes
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Our society is becoming increasingly more IT-oriented, and the images and sounds that reflect our daily life are being stored mainly in a digital form. This digital personal life can be part of the home multimedia contents, and users demand access and possibly share these contents (such as photographs, videos, and music) in an ubiquitous way: from any location and with any device. The purpose of this article is twofold. First, we introduce the Feel@Home system, whose main objective is to enable the previously mentioned vision of an ubiquitous digital personal life. Second, we describe the security architecture of Feel@Home, analyzing the security and privacy requirements that identify which threats and vulnerabilities must be considered, and deriving the security building blocks that can be used to protect both IMS-based and VPN-based solutions.
KeywordsDigital home Content sharing Multimedia Security Privacy
This work has been partially supported by the Feel@Home project. The authors would like to thank all members of the Feel@Home consortium for their much appreciated help on this paper, with special thanks to Benoit Michau for his insight on IMS security.
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