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 Page 224 - Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 224 - Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications P. 224 5 Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications According to the requirements in clauses 7.2.6 and 7.6.6, the following abilities are provided by the big data visualization capability: – The ability to show IoT data according to a consumer's customized needs (e.g., via charts, tables, figures). – The ability to support data visualization for the various types of IoT data (according to their variety, velocity, volume, etc.). 8.9 Big data query Big data query capability implements the data query operation as described in clause 7.1.7. According to the requirements in clauses 7.5.6 and 7.6.7, the following abilities are provided by the big data query capability: – The ability to support query on stored historical IoT data and raw IoT data. – The ability to support query on the real-time processed results of the collected IoT data. – The ability to support semantic query. 8.10 Big data security and privacy protection Big data security and privacy protection capability, providing support to IoT data operations, implements security and privacy protection of data. According to the requirements in clauses 7.5.3 and 7.6.6, the following abilities are provided by the big data security and privacy protection capability: – The ability to support the security of IoT data access control, including access control on data query scope, so that the stored IoT data can be only accessed by authorized users. – The ability to support the security of IoT data storage during the storage process and once data are stored. – The ability to support the security of data transfer. – The ability to support the protection of the privacy sensitive information during IoT data visualization. 216 Network and infrastructure     219     220     221     222     223     224     225     226     227     228     229          
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According to the requirements in clauses 7.2.5, 7.3.4, 7.4.1, 7.5.4 and 7.6.4, the following abilities are provided by the big data transfer capability: – The ability to support IoT data transfer configuration concerning required network resources (e.g., data buffer and network QoS) to enable transfer quality. – The ability to support aggregation of IoT data to enable reduction of transfer overhead. – The ability to support transfer buffer management to mitigate network congestion issues. – The ability to compress IoT data before transfer in order to reduce transfer load. 8.6 Big data storage Big data storage capability implements the data storage operation as described in clause 7.1.3. According to the requirements in clauses 7.2.3, 7.3.3, 7.5.3 and 7.6.3, the following abilities are provided by the big data storage capability: – The ability to support secure and high-volume data storage for the IoT data with various formats. (...) For time critical services, edge computing based data storage can be used. – The ability to support secure and high-volume data storage for the IoT data with semantic annotation.
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Page 493 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 493 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 493 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 5 • The capability of error control for communications involves the abilities of ensuring correct message transfer from source entity to destination entity [C-2-7]. • Quality of Service enabling communication capability provides mechanisms to enable support of Quality of Service for message transfer from source entity to destination entity [C-2-8]. • The capability of self-configuring for networking involves the abilities of automatically configuring networking parameters based on discovered network interfaces and predefined rules [C-2-9]. • The capability of self-healing for networking involves the abilities of automatically recovering from fault status of networking based on monitoring and predefined rules [C-2-10]. • The capability of self-optimizing for networking involves the abilities of automatically optimizing networking operations based on monitoring and predefined rules [C-2-11]. • The capability of self-protecting for networking involves the abilities of automatically protecting networking entities from harmful operations based on predefined rules [C-2-12]. • Content-aware communication capability involves the abilities of selecting path and routing of messages based on content and predefined rules [C-2-13]. NOTE 2 – This capability can be used to block messages based on the specified content and predefined rules. • The capability of location-based communication involves the abilities of identifying locations and initiating communication control based on identified locations and predefined rules [C-2-14]. • The capability of transport acknowledgement involves the abilities of acknowledging the correct message delivery to support reliable communications as required by IoT applications [C-2-15]. • The capability of adaptable networking involves the abilities of extending networking configurations for connecting to emerging communication networks of the IoT [ITU-T Y.2060] in order to be adaptable to different networking technologies [C-2-16]. 8.3 Application support capabilities The application support group includes programmable interface provision, group management, time synchronization, orchestration, user management, and application operation acknowledgement capabilities. • The capability of programmable interface provision involves the abilities of supporting new services or customized services based on existing capabilities and application specific requirements [C-3-1]. • The capability of group management involves the abilities of creating, modifying, deleting, and querying IoT groups, and adding, modifying, deleting and querying IoT group members [C-3-2]. • The capability of time synchronization involves the abilities of synchronizing the time among related functional components in a reliable way, in order to support global or local time stamping for applications [C-3-3]. • Orchestration capability involves the abilities of automatic arrangement and coordination of service provisioning or device operations in order to fulfil application specific requirements [C-3-4]. • User management capability involves the abilities of creating, querying, updating and deleting IoT user profiles, and authenticating, authorizing, registering and auditing IoT users [C-3-5].
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According to the requirements in clauses 7.2.1, 7.3.1, 7.5.1 and 7.6.1, the following abilities are provided by the big data collection capability: – The ability to mark the collected IoT data to indicate sufficient information related to the usage of the collected IoT data. (...) According to the requirements in clauses 7.2.2, 7.3.2, 7.5.2 and 7.6.2, the following abilities are provided by the big data pre-processing capability: – The ability to support the data format transformation of IoT data according to pre-defined data models. NOTE – Missing data fields are supplemented with default values during transformation. – The ability to support the association of time stamp and collected IoT data. – The ability to support the semantic annotation for IoT data. – The ability to support data quality enhancement operations, e.g., de-noising and de-duplication. 8.4 Big data analysis Big data analysis capability implements the data analysis operation as described in clause 7.1.5.
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The introductory package provides up to five multiple logins to the ESCAPE and ability to add local cyber security experts to the IMPACTS expert community. (...) IMPACT – Introductory Functionality Offered Description Introductory Global Response Centre  Access to ESCAPE From 1 Public IP Address  Ability to have access to NEWS data and visualization   Maximum number of ESCAPE portal accounts 5  Ability to invite local experts to the IMPACT expert community   Ability to escalate incidents to the IMPACT expert community   Ability to upload malware for IMPACT analysis   Ability to receive periodic security news   Ability to receive periodic security reports (Generic)   Ability to subscribe to ESCAPE's content   Minimum number of Computer Security Incident Response Team members nominated 1 Training & Skill Development  Training on ESCAPE   Training on NEWS  IMPACT Global Response Centre 4 | P a g e Standard Package Member countries that choose to play a more prominent role in IMPACT may elect to opt for the standard membership package. (...) IMPACT –Standard Functionality Offered Description Standard Global Response Centre  Access to ESCAPE From 1 Public IP Address  Ability to create multiple logins to access the ESCAPE   Ability to have access to NEWS data and visualization   Maximum number of ESCAPE portal accounts 100  Ability to invite local experts to the IMPACT expert community   Ability to escalate incidents to the IMPACT expert community   Ability to upload malware for IMPACT analysis   Ability to retrieve full technical details of malware analysis   Ability to receive periodic security news   Ability to receive periodic security reports (Generic)   Ability to receive periodic security reports (Customised)   Email notification of security emergency   Telephonic notification of security emergency   Access to GRC analyst and consultant   Access to IMPACT Online Library and Knowledge Base   Access to online meeting   Ability to subscribe to ESCAPE's content   Ability to raise Service Request   Ability to create Localized Team (Team Management)  IMPACT Global Response Centre 5 | P a g e  Minimum number of Computer Security Incident Response Team members nominated 5  Training & Skill Development  Training on ESCAPE   Training on NEWS 
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Page 496 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 496 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 496 5 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 8.5.5 Capabilities fulfilling the IoT manageability requirements The capabilities fulfilling the IoT manageability requirements specified in [ITU-T Y.2066] include managing devices, managing networks, managing services, managing data operations, managing security operations, managing privacy protection, managing user operations, and plug and play capabilities. • The capability of managing devices involves the abilities of configuring, monitoring, diagnosing and recovering devices of the IoT, and updating device software to enhance capabilities of devices of the IoT [C-5-15]. • The capability of managing networks involves the abilities of configuring, monitoring, accounting and charging, optimizing, diagnosing and recovering networks of the IoT [ITU-T Y.2060], and updating network software to enhance capabilities of networks of the IoT [C-5-16]. • The capability of managing services involves the abilities of describing, configuring, monitoring, accounting and charging, optimizing, recovering, and updating services of the IoT [C-5-17]. • The capability of managing data operations involves the abilities of configuring, monitoring, accounting and charging, optimizing and recovering data operations, and updating software related with data operations to enhance capabilities of the IoT [C-5-18]. • The capability of managing security operations involves the abilities of configuring, monitoring, auditing, diagnosing and recovering security operations, and updating software related with security operations to enhance capabilities of the IoT [C-5-19]. • The capability of managing privacy protection involves the abilities of configuring, monitoring, auditing and recovering privacy protection, and updating software related with privacy protection to enhance capabilities of the IoT [C-5-20]. • The capability of managing user operations involves the abilities of configuring, monitoring, accounting and charging, optimizing, diagnosing and recovering operations of IoT users, and updating software related with operations of IoT users to enhance capabilities of IoT [C-5-21]. • Plug and play capability involves the abilities of automatic configuring, connecting and activating devices of the IoT to enable on-the-fly semantic-based configuration and activation of IoT devices [C-5-22]. 8.6 Connectivity capabilities The connectivity group includes identification-based connectivity, things' status notification device mobility capability, and adaptable connectivity capabilities. • The capability of identification-based connectivity involves the abilities of establishing the connectivity based on the identification of things [C-6-1]. • The capability of things' status notification involves the abilities of automatic notification of the status of things and its changes based on predefined rules [C-6-2]. • The capability of device mobility involves the abilities of keeping the connectivity with the IoT when a device moves [C-6-3]. • The capability of adaptable connectivity involves the abilities of extending connectivity configurations to enable connectivity of new types of devices to the IoT in order to be adaptable to different device technologies [C-6-4]. 482 Rec.
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page It's about ability (implemented in 2010-2013) Montenegro is consistently progressing on the road of becoming an inclusive society UNICEF Montenegro Available in: Crnogorski English Shqip It's about ability Montenegro is consistently progressing on the road of becoming an inclusive society It’s About Ability campaign was initiated by UNICEF and the Government of Montenegro in September 2010 to address the social exclusion and discrimination of children with disabilities revealed in the knowledge, attitudes and practices survey conducted in August 2010.  To harness both public and political support, under the slogan “It’s About Ability. Join us”, more than 100 partners joined the campaign from the international community, media, government, civil and private sector. (...) UNICEF Crna Gora It's about ability campaign videos load more It's about ability campaign news and stories Article “It's about Ability” campaign recognized as innovative Exemplary in the areas of innovation, impact and possibility Read the story Article “It’s about ability” campaign results in 80 per cent of citizens supporting Inclusive Education Read the story Article Young volunteers advocates for inclusive society in Pljevlja International Volunteer Day was traditionally celebrated in Pljevlja through the ceremony organized by the Day Care Centre for children with disabilities Read the story load more It's about ability publications and surveys Report Attitudes towards inclusion of children with disabilities Basis: Total population (nationally representative) See the full report Report Inclusion of children with disability in Montenegro (2013) It's about ability See the full report load more It's about ability campaign posters load more Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Page 495 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 495 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 495 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 5 • The capability of managing service description involves the abilities of creating, querying and updating service description for support of service interoperability [C-5-2]. • The capability of managing network configuration involves the abilities of creating, querying and updating network configuration for support of network interoperability [C-5-3]. • The capability of managing device configuration involves the abilities of creating, querying and updating network configuration for support of device interoperability [C-5-4]. • The capability of managing security policy involves the abilities of creating, querying and updating security policy for support of interoperability between different implementations of security policy [C-5-5]. • The capability of managing privacy protection policy involves the abilities of creating, querying and updating privacy protection policy for support of interoperability between different implementations of privacy protection policy [C-5-6]. 8.5.2 Capabilities fulfilling the IoT scalability requirements The capabilities fulfilling the IoT scalability requirements specified in [ITU-T Y.2066] include managing distributed processing and managing multiple domains. • The capability of managing distributed processing involves the abilities of managing IoT functional components in a distributed way for support of IoT scalability [C-5-7]. • The capability of managing multiple domains involves the abilities of managing IoT functional components in multiple domains for support of IoT scalability [C-5-8]. 8.5.3 Capabilities fulfilling the IoT reliability requirements The capabilities fulfilling the IoT reliability requirements specified in [ITU-T Y.2066] include redundant deployment enablement capability. • The capability of redundant deployment enablement involves the abilities of enabling deployment of redundant functional components of the IoT to guarantee reliability required in communication, service provision and data management [C-5-9]. 8.5.4 Capabilities fulfilling the IoT high availability requirements The capabilities fulfilling the IoT high availability requirements specified in [ITU-T Y.2066] include service integrity check, data integrity check, device integrity check, security integrity check and user integrity check capabilities. • The capability of service integrity check involves the abilities of checking the service lifetime, the available resources required to provide the service in order to guarantee the high availability of service provisioning [C-5-10]. • The capability of data integrity check involves the abilities of checking the data lifetime, the available attributes of the data, and the consistency of data in order to guarantee the high availability of data management [C-5-11]. • The capability of device integrity check involves the abilities of checking the status of all functions of device to guarantee the high availability of IoT devices [C-5-12]. • The capability of security integrity check involves the abilities of checking the consistency of security policies deployed in all functional components of the IoT to guarantee the high availability of security in the IoT [C-5-13]. • The capability of user profile integrity check involves the abilities of checking the lifetime, subscription, privacy protection and availability of services subscribed to by users to guarantee the high availability of service provisioning and privacy protection for users [C-5-14].
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It's about ability campaign news and stories | UNICEF Skip to main content Montenegro Toggle navigation Crnogorski English Shqip Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Montenegro EXPLORE UNICEF UNICEF in Montenegro Our Representative Our Ambassador Tenders Vacancies UN Partner portal The EU and UNICEF partnership Young reporters Donate Main navigation What we do Publications and surveys News and stories Campaigns Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page It's about ability campaign news and stories It's about ability UNICEF Montenegro UNICEF Crna Gora / DUško Miljanić / 2010 Available in: Crnogorski English Article 16 February 2016 “It's about Ability” campaign recognized as innovative Exemplary in the areas of innovation, impact and possibility Article 05 June 2014 It's about ability campaign improves lives of children with disability in Montenegro Article 22 January 2014 “It’s about ability” campaign results in 80 per cent of citizens supporting Inclusive Education Article 16 December 2013 Young volunteers advocates for inclusive society in Pljevlja International Volunteer Day was traditionally celebrated in Pljevlja through the ceremony organized by the Day Care Centre for children with disabilities Article 21 June 2013 Peter Norfolk, Paralympics gold medalist joins UNICEF Montenegro campaign “It’s About Ability” Article 25 April 2013 New “It’s About Ability” campaign TV commercial Every fourth citizen has changed positively behavior towards children with disabilities Article 11 April 2013 Social network for inclusive education launched in Montenegr It’s about ability Article 22 January 2013 Every fourth citizen has changed behaviour thanks to the 'It's about ability' campaign Article 28 October 2010 The 'Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities' is presented to the Montenegrin public Article 28 September 2010 Launch of the campaign "It's about ability" Equity and inclusion benefit the whole society Article 01 March 2013 Education transforms lives of children with disabilities Governments to accelerate their reform of the education systems to increase support for children with disabilities.
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Page 494 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 494 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 494 5 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things • The capability of application support operation acknowledgement involves the abilities of acknowledging the correct operations requested by applications in order to support reliable application operations in the IoT [C-3-6]. 8.4 Data management capabilities The data management group includes data storage, data processing, data querying, data access control, open information exchange, semantic data operation and autonomic data operation capabilities. • The capability of data storage involves the ability of storing data of things based on predefined rules and policies [C-4-1]. • The capability of data processing involves the ability of data fusion and mining based on predefined rules and policies [C-4-2]. (...) From an implementation perspective, the operation of data fusing includes data collection and data representation, and the operation of data mining includes data interpretation. • The capability of data querying involves the ability of querying information about things connected to the IoT [C-4-3]. • The capability of data access control involves the abilities of controlling and monitoring data access operations by the owners of the data [C-4-4]. • The capability of open information exchange involves the abilities of sending data to or receiving data from external data sources, e.g., data centres and data servers outside the IoT [C-4-5]. • The capability of semantic data operation involves the abilities of semantic annotating, semantic discovering, semantic storing, and semantic composing data of things to fulfil the requirements of IoT users or applications [C-4-6]. • The capability of autonomic data operation involves the abilities of automatically collecting, aggregating, transferring, storing, analysing data of things, and automatically managing these data operations for support of operating data of things in a scalable way [C-4-7]. (...) This capability also includes the abilities of creating and updating data models for support of semantic interoperability among IoT applications [C-5-1]. 480 Rec.
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