ETSI secures critical infrastructures against attacks
ETSI secured critical infrastructures against cyber quantum attacks with new TETRA algorithms.
ETSI celebrates World Standards Day
ETSI is joining the international standardisation community in celebrating World Standards Day. This year’s edition focuses on a ‘shared vision for a better world’, where the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are key enablers. Standards help to reach these goals.
ETSI releases first specification on F5G Network architecture
ETSI's 5th Generation Fixed Network group (ISG F5G) has released its first specification for F5G Network Architecture ETSI GS F5G 004.
ETSI releases report on the role of hardware in the security of AI
ETSI recently released a Group Report, ETSI GR SAI 006, outlining the role of hardware in the security of artificial intelligence (AI).
ETSI’s standard to secure consumer IoT devices extended to Home Gateways
ETSI is pleased to announce a cyber security specification for Home Gateways, called ETSI TS 103 848 and developed by the CYBER Technical Committee.
ETSI releases a report on coordinated vulnerability disclosure
ETSI has released its Guide to Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure. The Technical Report ETSI TR 103 838 will help companies to implement a vulnerability disclosure process and fix vulnerability issues before they’re publicly disclosed.
Second release on self-adapting autonomous networks
Following on from meetings conducted in late 2021, ETSI has now completed Release 2 of its Experiential Networked Intelligence (ENI) specifications with the ETSI GS ENI 005 system architecture.
Key implications of the digital transformation
Digital transformation is a term that is often used, and is at the forefront of many agendas. Though it is most often applied in a business context, the reach of the overall concept extends far beyond modern business practices - with the potential for creating long-lasting positive outcomes across all aspects of society. David Boswarthick, Director, New Technologies at ETSI explains further.
The key implications of digital transformation
Digital transformation is a term that is often used, and is at the forefront of many agendas. Though it is most often applied in a business context, the reach of the overall concept extends far beyond modern business practices - with the potential for creating long-lasting positive outcomes across all aspects of society. By David Boswarthick, Director New technologies at ETSI
Enabling MEC deployment in a multi-operator’s environment
The ETSI MEC Industry Specification Group (ETSI ISG MEC) has just released a new Group Report ETSI GR MEC 0035 to enable inter-MEC system deployment and MEC-Cloud system coordination. This Report was motivated by the mobile network operators’ interest in forming federated MEC environments and enabling information exchange in a secure manner, in the event that MEC platforms or applications belong to different MEC systems.
IoT testing specifications for MQTT, CoAP and industrial automation systems
The ETSI committee on Methods for Testing and Specifications (TC MTS) has recently completed a first set of seven standards addressing the testing of the IoT MQTT and CoAP protocols, and the foundational security IoT-Profile.
ETSI Open Source MANO launches Release TEN, celebrates OSM 5th anniversary
ETSI has introduced OSM Release TEN, the 11th Release of an Open-Source project which first announced its Release ZERO in 2016 with the vision of closing the gap between the traditional way of building telecom networks, and the use of cloud technologies in telcos emerging at that time.
Whitepaper release on MEC security, first initiative in this domain
ETSI has published a whitepaper titled MEC security: Status of standards support and future evolutions written by several authors participating in MEC and other related ETSI groups. This whitepaper, the very first initiative in this domain, aims to identify aspects of security where the nature of edge computing leaves typical industry approaches to cloud security insufficient.
Mitigation Strategy Report released on securing AI
ETSI has recently released ETSI GR SAI 005, a report which summarises and analyses existing and potential mitigation against threats for AI-based systems. Setting a baseline for a common understanding of relevant AI cyber security threats and mitigations will be key for widespread deployment and acceptance of AI systems and applications.
ETSI releases a white paper on future ICT trends
‘Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is an exciting and dynamic area, that is in constant innovation, through the evolution of existing concepts and technologies but also through the emergence of disruptive technologies and even sometimes unexpected new use cases’.
ETSI introduces strategy in line with ambitious vision
Today ETSI has introduced its new strategy, the result of an intensive development process over the last months, validated at the ETSI General Assembly in December 2020. Titled ‘Designing tomorrow’s world’, the strategy builds on a recognition of the global importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for a sustainable development and to support the digital transformation of society.
ETSI Non-IP Networks releases first reports
The ETSI Non-IP Networking group (ISG NIN) has just released its first three Group Reports. The first one, ETSI GR NIN 001, details the shortcomings of TCP/IP for fixed and mobile networks; the second Report, ETSI GR NIN 002, considers testing Non-IP Networking over 5G cellular Radio Access Networks; and ETSI GR NIN 003 describes the networking model that is the foundation for the new technology.
Intercontinental testing for next-gen emergency communications
ETSI has successfully completed its international emergency communications interoperability testing event. 285 test pairings, with 87% demonstrating interoperability, were run from 22nd February to 5th March 2021, both in Europe and across the Atlantic to assess the compatibility of products for mission-critical public safety services. This remote event was a cooperation between ETSI, EENA, the European Emergency Number Association and for the fi...
ETSI standard to secure digital signatures solves issue for banks
ETSI has unveiled ETSI TS 119 182-1, a specification for digital signatures supported by PKI and public key certificates which authenticates the origin of transactions ensuring that the originator can be held accountable and access to sensitive resources can be controlled.
Middlebox Security Protocols specification released
ETSI has announced a new specification, ETSI TS 103 523-2: Transport Layer MSP (TLMSP), Part 2 of the Middlebox Security Protocol (MSP) series, which defines a protocol for varied (fine-grained) access control to communications traffic. This specification was developed by the ETSI Technical Committee CYBER.