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A Testbed for Research and Development of Secure IP Multimedia Communication Services. PI: Ram Dantu, Co-PIs: Elisa Bertino, Sonia Fahmy, Dipak Ghosal, Henning Schulzrinne.

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a testbed for research and development of secure ip multimedia communication services
A Testbed for Research and Development of Secure IP Multimedia Communication Services

PI: Ram Dantu, Co-PIs: Elisa Bertino, Sonia Fahmy, Dipak Ghosal, Henning Schulzrinne

  • New services over the Internet, such as Voice over IP (VoIP) and IP-based media distribution (IPTV), are being aggressively deployed. Not only will these services reduce communication costs, but they will also pave the way for innovative, value-added, highly personalized services.
  • Multimedia services are vulnerable to threats such as unpaid service usage and service disruption.
  • New vulnerabilities are possible due to:
  •  Convergence of the public switched telephone network and the Internet
  •  Use of separate signaling and bearer channels
  •  Strict Quality of Service (QoS) requirements
  • Despite the importance of new multimedia services, there is little data on the scalability and vulnerabilities of these services.
  • Example research projects
  • Defense against denial of emergency 911 service
  • Defense against denial of multimedia communication services
  • Spam prevention
  • Impact of security on Quality of Service

Migration Strategy: Replace access first, edge next, and core networks last