Detailed Capabilities

Secure Media Streaming

  • Streaming up to 1080p
  • Streaming source may be a file or live video feed
  • Allow real-time viewing in multiple global locations
  • Allow delayed viewing as needed in multiple global locations
  • Video static source may be in the cloud on or off shore, or data centers
  • Video players may be
    • PCs – Windows, Mac, Linux
    • Smartphones – iPhone, Android
    • Tablets – iPad, Android

Security Measures

  • Devices (drones, camera, etc.) are equipped with NCoded software, encrypting streaming media at the source
  • Triple encryption completed with the FIPS 140-2 Level Crypto Module, creating an impregnable streaming channel from source to end-user
  • The media players interact with global Access Points to reach the “off-internet” media
  • The media server(s) location(s) are obfuscated from thieves and pirates from the internet
  • Streaming source may connect via a 2G/3G/4G cellular, WiFi, MANET or satellite network

Streaming Issues Solved

✓ Encrypted media stream stops pirates and hackers
✓ Encrypted control signals stop the intelligence leak of this data, and the ability for a hacker or pirate to capture the streaming source electronically (e.g. drone)
✓ Securely hides the streaming media from within an impenetrable Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) level security wall

How it Works

UltraStreaming offers 3 layers of FIPS 140-2 Level 1 certified encryption for live or uploaded media from source to app. The source—whether it is a camera, a drone, or any other video device—is equipped with NCoded’s software to protect all media from hackers immediately. The video feed from the source goes to the streaming server through the Access Point. UltraStreaming users can then access the live feed or media file via an Access Point to the server. At no point during the data transfer from the media source to the end-user can a hacker intercept the data.