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Kim, Hyungheon, Cha, Youngkyun, Kim, Taewoo, Kim, Pyeongkang.  2020.  A Study on the Security Threats and Privacy Policy of Intelligent Video Surveillance System Considering 5G Network Architecture. 2020 International Conference on Electronics, Information, and Communication (ICEIC). :1–4.
The surveillance video management system is rapidly expanding its scope of application at the request of citizens and the development of related technologies. In addition, as Cloud Computing and 5G network are applied with AI, scope and function of surveillance systems are being enhanced to intelligent CCTV beyond simple monitoring. However, intelligent CCTV systems with Mobile Edge Computing and 5G, which have the risk of privacy infringement. Accordingly, it is necessary to identify various types of security threats that can be occurred through the cloud based surveillance system and to eliminate the risk of privacy and personal information breaches. So, in this paper, we propose a hierarchical cloud based video surveillance system considering security on the 5G Network.
Kim, Taewoo, Thirumaraiselvan, Vidhyasagar, Jia, Jianfeng, Li, Chen.  2017.  Caching Geospatial Objects in Web Browsers. Proceedings of the 25th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems. :92:1–92:4.

Map-based services are becoming increasingly important in many applications. These services often need to show geospatial objects (e.g., cities and parks) in Web browsers, and being able to retrieve such objects efficiently is critical to achieving a low response time for user queries. In this demonstration we present a browser-based caching technique to store and load geospatial objects on a map in a Web page. The technique employs a hierarchical structure to store and index polygons, and does intelligent prefetching and cache replacement by utilizing the information about the user's recent browser activities. We demonstrate the usage of the technique in an application called TwitterMap for visualizing more than 1 billion tweets in real time. We show its effectiveness by using different replacement policies. The technique is implemented as a general-purpose Javascript library, making it suitable for other applications as well.