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Committee T1 Standards Activity on Emergency Services and Security. Wayne Zeuch Vice Chairman, Committee T1 Emergency Telecommunications Workshop ETSI Headquarters Sophia Antipolis, France 26-27 February, 2002. Standards Committee T1: Organization .

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Committee T1 Standards Activity on Emergency Services and Security

Wayne Zeuch

Vice Chairman, Committee T1

Emergency Telecommunications Workshop

ETSI Headquarters

Sophia Antipolis, France

26-27 February, 2002

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Standards Committee T1: Organization

Standards Committee T1 - Telecommunications

  • Technical Subcommittees
    • Performance & Signal Processing
    • Interfaces, Power & Protection for Networks
    • Internetwork Operations, Administration,
    • Maintenance, and Provisioning
    • Wireless/Mobile Services and Systems
    • Services, Architectures & Signaling
    • Digital Hierarchy & Synchronization
  • Sponsoring Organization / Secretariat
    • Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS)
  • Accrediting Organization
    • American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Emergency Telecommunications Standards

  • Spectrum of standards issues and standards development
    • Emergency services
    • Priority services
    • Network protection
    • Reliability/survivability
    • Security
    • Surveillance
  • Committee T1 has addressed these standards issues for more than ten years. Evolving network infrastructure, technologies, signaling protocols, and new threats have mandated revisions of some existing standards and work on new standards.
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Emergency Telecommunications -

Existing American National Standards from Committee T1

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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Emergency Services Standards

  • T1.202 (1998), Guidelines for Network Management of the Public Switched Networks Under Disaster Conditions
    • T1M1; provides standard guidelines for inter-company network management interactions that may be required during disaster conditions
  • T1.211 (1989;R1996), National Security Emergency Preparedness – Telecommunications Service Priority
    • T1M1; provides specification, characteristics, and values of the NSEP code.
  • T1.628 (1995;R2000),Emergency Calling Service
    • T1S1; describes capabilities in the SS7 network - Routing, Bridging, and Transfer of Emergency Service Calls
  • J-STD-036 (2000),Enhanced Wireless 9-1-1 Phase II
    • T1P1; Joint standard with TIA; describes wireless 9-1-1; work continues on wireless E9-1-1.
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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Priority Service Standards

  • T1.619 (1992;R1999), Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption (MLPP)
    • T1S1; originally drafted for ISDN calls; defines hierarchy for completing calls of high importance (e.g., national security)
    • T1P1; Priority Access Service for GSM; work continues on enhanced MLPP (eMLPP) within 3GPP to satisfy requirements.
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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Protection Standards

  • T1.308(1990;R1996),Central Office Equipment – Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Requirements
    • T1E1; provides ESD criteria and test procedures
  • T1.313 (1991; R1997), Electrical Protection for Telecommunications Central Offices and Similar Type Facilities
    • T1E1; minimum electrical protection criteria to mitigate disruptive/damaging effects of lightening and power faults.
  • T1.320 (1994;R1999),Above-Baseline Electrical Protection for Designated Telecommunications Central Offices and Similar-Type Facilities Against High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP)
    • T1E1; guide for designers in protecting from HEMPs resulting from nuclear detonation in the atmosphere.
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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Protection Standards

  • T1.328(2001; to be published),Protection of Telecommunications Links from Physical Stress and Radiation Effects and Associated Requirements for DC Power Systems (A Baseline Standard)
    • T1E1; applies to optical fiber and metallic links
  • T1.331 (1999), Description of Above-Baseline Physical Threats to Telecommunications Links
    • T1E1; describes physical threats (e.g., vibration, liquid penetration, ice, wind, temperature, radiation) to copper and optical distribution links.
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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Security Standards

  • T1.233(1993;R1999),Security Framework for TMN Interfaces
    • T1M1; framework document providing basic security management capabilities, description of OSI security services
  • T1.243 (1995; R1999), Baseline Security Requirements for TMN
    • T1M1; describes minimum security requirements (e.g., identification, authentication, access control, privacy, audit)
  • T1.252 (1996),Security for the TMN Directory
    • T1M1; describes secure communications via public key and security of the directory itself.
  • T1.655 (1996),SS7 - Upper Layer Security Capability
    • T1S1; standard based on generic upper layer security described by ISO model.
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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Security Standards

  • T1.259(1997),Security Transformation ASE for ROSE
    • T1M1; provides PDU-level security at Application Layer; secure transfer of ROSE PDUs and information about the security; related to ITU-T Rec. Q.813
  • T1.261 (1998), Security for Q3 Messages
    • T1M1; security of the OS-NE interface; five security levels for authentication, access control, etc.
  • T1.268 (2000),TMN PKI
    • T1M1; various protocols supported for Q Interface (OS-NE) and X Interface (OS-OS); includes profile of IETF PKI (certificate extensions)
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T1: Emergency Services and Security Standards

Surveillance Standards

  • J-STD-025(1997),Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (LAES)
    • T1P1, T1S1; Joint standard with TIA; describes wireless and wireline requirements for call identifying information and call content delivery to law enforcement.
    • Work originally initiated as a result of U.S. Congress enactment of CALEA (Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act) in 1994.
    • Work continues on enhanced requirements for packet data surveillance (J-STD-025B)
  • T1.260 (1998),Interfaces between Service Provider Administrative System and Network Elements for LAES
    • T1M1; TMN and NE provisioning to provide call identifying information and call content
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Emergency Telecommunications -

Future Committee T1 Standards Initiatives

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T1: Emergency Services and Security

New T1 Project Management Initiative:

Emergency Telecommunications Service in Next Generation Networks

  • T1A1’s WG on “Network Survivability Performance” (T1A1.2) is drafting a T1 Technical Report describing an overview of ETS in NGN (with input from T1M1 and other T1 TSCs).
    • Work is driven by report of U.S. President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) - Convergence Task Force
    • Work will examine National Security and Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP) requirements for convergence of NGN and 3G mobile networks
    • TR will include ETS service, signaling, protocol, and OAM&P requirements and outline work to be done in T1 TSCs.
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T1: Emergency Services and Security

New Work Project:

Emergency Telecommunication Service OAM&P

  • Priority services are required to ensure efficient and effective communications to support recovery operations from national disasters such as hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and terrorist attacks.
  • T1M1 has initiated work on Operations, Administration, Management , and Provisioning aspects of Emergency Telecommunication Service (ETS)
    • Work will examine the telecommunication resources which provide critical support for NS/EP capabilities in the United States
    • This project is expected to develop comprehensive OAM&P American National Standards to support NS/EP requirements
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T1: Emergency Services and Security

Emergency Telecommunication Service OAM&P- (2)

  • Work items will include:
    • Examination and enhancement of ITU-T Recommendations E.106, Description of an International Emergency Preference Scheme (IEPS) and F.706, International Emergency Multimedia Service (IEMS) in Study Group 4
    • Revisions of American National Standard T1.202, Guidelines for Network Management of the Public Switched Networks Under Disaster Conditions, considering changes to the evolving infrastructure of next generation networks and the applicability and changes needed for effective management controls of resources needed to support ETS
    • Revisions of American National Standard T1.211, National Security Emergency Preparedness – Telecommunications Service Priority
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T1: Emergency Services and Security

Continued Committee T1 Liaisons and Collaborations

  • Committee T1 has enjoyed great success in its interactions with other SDOs and with public sector agencies.
    • T1 has provided input to government agencies on telecommunication standardization issues and has responded to government requests for standards development. T1 has fostered coordination of national and global standards by partnering with other SDOs, sharing technical information/expertise, and developing joint standards.
  • Examples of current and future collaborations include:
    • Standards Development Organizations (SDOs)
      • through the Global Standards Collaboration (GSC), 3GPP, ITU participation, 3GPP and joint standards projects
    • U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
    • Law Enforcement Agencies (e.g., FBI)
    • Government Advisory Committees and Task Forces (e.g. NSTAC)
  • This effort is expected to continue and evolve with respect to Emergency Services and Security.
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Further Information:

Committee T1:

www.t1.org

Work project status

Technical contributions/draft standards

Meeting announcements/agendas/reports

Contact information

ATIS:

www.atis.org

Committee T1 secretariat

Standards downloads/sales

Press releases

Contact information

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Contact Information:

Wayne Zeuch

Vice Chairman, Committee T1

Lucent Technologies

101 Crawfords Corner Road (Rm 4C-612A)

Holmdel, New Jersey 07733

USA

Email: zeuch@lucent.com

Tel: +1 732 949 5077