About the Author.
1. Introduction to IPTV
1.2 General Threats to IPTV Deployments.
2. Principles Supporting IPTV.
2.1 History of video and television.
2.2 Viewing Experience of Video.
2.3 Video compression.
2.4 TCP/IP Principles.
3. IPTV Architecture.
3.1 High-level Architecture.
3.2 Functional architecture for the IPTV service.
3.3 Detailed IPTV architecture.
4.Intellectual Property (IP).
4.2 Supporting technology.
4.3 General mechanisms for content protection.
4.4 Operation of DRM on IPTV.
4.5 Watermarking and Fingerprinting.
4.6 WWW? (What went wrong).
5.Existing Threats to IPTV implementations.
5.1 Introduction to IPTV Threats.
5.2 IPTV Service provider - Head End.
5.3 IPTV Network provider - transport and aggregation network.
5.4 IPTV Subscriber - Home End.
6. Countering the Threats.
6.1 Securing the basis.
6.2 Head End (IPTV Service Provider).
6.3Aggregation and Transport Network.
6.4 Home End.
6.5 Secure IPTV a reality.
Appendix 1. Converged Video Security.
A1.2 Threats to IPTV Deployments.
A1.3 Protecting Intellectual Property.
A1.4 VOD and Broadcast.
A1.5 Smart Cards and DRM.
A1.6 Countering the Threats.
A1.6.1 Threat References.
A1.6.2 Threat Models.
Appendix 2. Federated Identity in IPTV Environments.
A2.2 IPTV Federated Identity Solutions.
A2.3 Applicability to an IPTV Security Environment.
A2.4 Video on Demand.
Appendix 3. Barbarians at the Gate.
A3.1 Barbarians at the Gate.
A3.2 How to Break an IPTV Environment.
A3.3 Network Under Siege.