Panel Discussion on RIST

Panel Discussion on RIST

November 22, 2019

RIST is a streaming protocol that allows unreliable/lossy networks such as the internet to be used for critical streaming applications. Call

The panel here at the IBC 2019 IP Showcase give an brief definition of RIST and then examine how far they’ve got with the ‘Simple Profile’ of RIST calling out things that are yet to be done. Still on the to-do list are such things as ‘pull’ streams, encryption, simplifying the port structure and embedding control.

Fixed Key encryption comes under the microscope next asking whether there’s a practical threat in terms of finding the key but also in terms of whether there are any side-channel attacks in a ‘non-standard’ encryption. The fixed key encryption has been implemented in line with NIST protocols but, as Kieran highlights, getting enough eyes on the detail is difficult with the specification being created outside of an open forum.

Sergio Ammirata, Ph. D. was part of the panel of Discussion.


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