Fajardo Portillo, Jose Oscar

Personal information

Fajardo Portillo, Jose Oscar

Address: Alda. de Urquijo s/n. C.P.: 48013. Bilbao
Email: joseoscar.fajardo@ehu.es
Telephone: +34 94 601 7361

 

Academic degrees

University Degree

Career: Engineering in Telecommunications
Intensificación: Telematics
Center: University of The Basque Country
Date of achievement: 2003

Doctorate

Program title: Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicaciones en Redes Móviles
DEA date of achievement: 2005
Thesis title: Adaptación de los mecanismos de provisión de calidad de servicio a las preferencias de los usuarios (Adaptation of QoS provisioning mechanisms to user requirements)
Date of achievement: (In progress)

Conference Papers

A Technology Independent Security Gateway for Future Emergency Telecommunication Systems (ETS)

Authors:
Fudong Li, Nathan Clarke, Steven Furnell, Jose Oscar Fajardo, Fidel Liberal and Mamadou Sidibe,
Year:
2014
Journal:
International Workshop on Emergency Telecommunications Systems (ETS 2013) Fifth International. Conference on Internet Technologies & Applications (ITA 13). Wrexham, North Wales, UK. 12 September 2013
Description:

Emergency telecommunication systems play an important role in people's daily life, supporting communication for the public and first responders during emergency related incidents. Nonetheless, the majority of existing emergency communications are limited to traditional voice and text message services due to the data bandwidth constraint of current networks. It is well known that emerging 4G broadband communication technologies have the ability to provide a range of multimedia services (e.g. picture transmission) that could be utilised by the emergency services to save lives. However, a secured emergency conversation cannot be established between incompatible mobile/end devices without the assistance of a security gateway. Therefore, this paper proposes a technology independent security gateway that provides security support for future emergency telecommunication systems. The proposed security gateway works in three modes to cover all the situations in which its assistance is required to establish a secured emergency conversation. In addition, the development process of the security gateway will also be fully discussed in this paper.