15 April 2005 Performance evaluation of secured DICOM image communication with next generation internet protocol IPv6
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Proceedings Volume 5748, Medical Imaging 2005: PACS and Imaging Informatics; (2005); doi: 10.1117/12.596098
Event: Medical Imaging, 2005, San Diego, California, United States
Abstract
Next Generation Internet (NGI) technology with new communication protocol IPv6 emerges as a potential solution for low-cost and high-speed networks for image data transmission. IPv6 is designed to solve many of the problems of the current version of IP (known as IPv4) with regard to address depletion, security, autoconfiguration, extensibility, and more. We choose CTN (Central Test Node) DICOM software developed by The Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology to implement IPv6/IPv4 enabled DICOM communication software on different operating systems (Windows/Linux), and used this DICOM software to evaluate the performance of the IPv6/IPv4 enabled DICOM image communication with different security setting and environments. We compared the security communications of IPsec with SSL/TLS on different TCP/IP protocols (IPv6/IPv4), and find that there are some trade-offs to choose security solution between IPsec and SSL/TLS in the security implementation of IPv6/IPv4 communication networks.
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Fenghai Yu, Jianguo Zhang, Xiaomeng Chen, H. K. Huang, "Performance evaluation of secured DICOM image communication with next generation internet protocol IPv6", Proc. SPIE 5748, Medical Imaging 2005: PACS and Imaging Informatics, (15 April 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.596098; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.596098
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Computer security

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Image encryption

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