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  DES/SEC-003003 ES 201 671   SEC
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Cover Date Standstill Creation Date
  TB decision to make document historical (2018-05-23) 1.1.1 1999-07-29 View Standstill Information 1997-09-19
  Rapporteur Technical Officer Harmonised Standard
  Gerhard Langenbucher Harri Rasilainen No
 
Title Telecommunications security; Lawful Interception (LI); Handover interface for the lawful interception of telecommunications traffic
Handover interface for the lawful interception (LI) of telecommunications traffic 
Scope and Field
of Application
This ETSI Standard describes the handover interface for Lawful Interce
ption
between Network Operators/Service Providers/Access Providers and Law E
nforcement
Agencies. The interface will support the delivery of 64 kbit/s speech
and data.
TC remarks: This document will be the first of a set of interface desc
riptions. Other documents, which describe other network technologies,
will follow as seperate parts. This document, as well as the following
ones, will be in line with the requirements of the Law Enforcement Ag
encies, as given in ETR 331, and the requirements for the network func
tions, as given in DE/SEC-002311.
 
Supporting
Organizations
Alcatel Telecom, Germany; BAPT, Germany; EricssonTelecom, Sweden; Siemens, Germany; BT, United Kingdom; TAC, Finland; D 

 

Keywords Projects Clusters Frequencies Mandates Directives
  DATA
HANDOVER
INTERFACE
SECURITY
SPEECH
eEurope
EMTEL
e-security
Security
     
Official Journal
     
Remarks
    ETR 331, DE/SEC-002311
    19/09/97: Record created
 
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