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Help UL create a new standard for video data security

UL is conducting a crowdsourcing activity to collect input on standards development for video data security, and would appreciate your input and expertise. We hope you will consider participating as we are certain your expertise will be a great help.

The crowdsourcing aspect of this standards development activity involves casting a wide net for potential stakeholders, experts, and the like as we conduct a survey to collect scope input, followed by a second round of outreach using a dynamic, interactive online tool where images and ideas are presented for feedback and ratings on requirements to include in the standard.

Initially, UL is looking for your ideas regarding the scope of the standard; in particular, what key aspects of video data security should be included.  For example, should the focus be on video data transmission or storage?  The objective is to define a scope that captures the most critical elements of video data security, with the prospect of continuing to expand the standard in the future.

For a quick overview about this crowdsourcing activity, check out our YouTube video:  http://youtu.be/zJhYpn3AmeU

To share your expertise, click the following survey link or copy/paste into your web browser: http://www.instant.ly/s/hC4vN

If you know of others who may wish to participate, we ask that you forward this message or share via social media.

For questions or more information about the crowdsourcing activity for video data security, contact Lou Chavez or Neil Lakomiak.

For other inquiries or feedback, please email Anne Marie Jacobs or Randi Myers.