8 May 2012 Privacy-aware access control for video data in intelligent surveillance systems
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Abstract
Surveillance systems became powerful. Objects can be identified and intelligent surveillance services can generate events when a specific situation occurs. Such surveillance services can be organized in a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to fulfill surveillance tasks for specific purposes. Therefore the services process information on a high level, e.g., just the position of an object. Video data is still required to visualize a situation to an operator and is required as evidence in court. Processing of personal related and sensitive information threatens privacy. To protect the user and to be compliant with legal requirements it must be ensured that sensitive information can only be processed for a defined propose by specific users or services. This work proposes an architecture for Access Control that enforces the separation of data between different surveillance tasks. Access controls are enforced at different levels: for the users starting the tasks, for the services within the tasks processing data stored in central store or calculated by other services and for sensor related services that extract information out of the raw data and provide them.
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Hauke Vagts, Hauke Vagts, Andreas Jakoby, Andreas Jakoby, } "Privacy-aware access control for video data in intelligent surveillance systems", Proc. SPIE 8406, Mobile Multimedia/Image Processing, Security, and Applications 2012, 84060I (8 May 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.920623; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.920623
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