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ITU-T SG 17  C (2010-12-08) 

ITU-T SG 17

Security

Study Period 2009

Meeting  from 2010-12-08 to 2010-12-17

held in Switzerland [Geneva]

Other Meetings : 2012-08-29  2012-02-20  2011-08-24  2011-04-11  2010-04-07  2009-09-16  2009-02-11 

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Received Source Title Questions
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2010-11-25 MIIT, China   Comments on X.ics : Functions and interfaces for countering email spam sent by botnet     Q5/17  
[ 320 ]  
 
2010-11-25 MIIT, China   Updated text of X.msec-6: Security aspects of mobile phones     Q6/17  
[ 319 ]  
 
2010-11-25 MIIT China, China Unicom   Proposal for a new work item on Content-based Classification in Messaging Services     Q5/17  
[ 318 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd   Proposal for mobile spam reporting to X.oacms     Q5/17  
[ 317 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Huawei, China Unicom   Proposal for update to X.oacms     Q5/17  
[ 316 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Huawei Technologies Co.,Ltd.; China Unicom   Proposal for updated text to X.oacms     Q5/17  
[ 315 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.; China Telecom; MIIT   Proposal for a new work item on Requirements and Framework of Secure Service Platform in Complex NAT Environments     Q8/17  
[ 314 ]  
 
2010-11-25 China Unicom   Proposal for revised draft text for X.bots : Frameworks for botnet detection and response     Q4/17  
[ 313 ]  
 
2010-11-25 China Unicom   Proposed modification to X.interfaces     Q2/17  
[ 312 ]  
 
2010-11-25 China Unicom   Proposed text of chapter 6 in X.msec-6     Q6/17  
[ 311 ]  
 
2010-11-25 China Telecom, China   Proposed infrastructure as services for X.ccsec     Q8/17  
[ 310 ]  
 
2010-11-25 ETRI   Proposal for 2nd revised text of X.iptvsec-4: Algorithm selection scheme for SCP descrambling     Q6/17  
[ 309 ]  
 
2010-11-25 ETRI   Proposal of new Annex I, Algorithm selection schemes for virtual machine based SCP system for X.iptvsec-4     Q6/17  
[ 308 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Hitachi, Ltd   Comments on X.sap-3     Q7/17  
[ 307 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Canada   Improving working methods for ITU-T/JTC1 Collaborative Projects     QALL/17  
[ 306 ]  
+Add.1 
2010-11-25 Canada   Draft revisions to Recommendation Z.150 (02/03) User Requirements Notation (URN) - Language requirements and framework     Q14/17, Q13/17, Q12/17  
[ 305 ]  
 
2010-11-26 UK   UK Comments on X.673     Q12/17  
[ 304 ]  
 
2010-11-25 France Telecom Orange   Editorial changes on draft Rec. ITU-T X.673 (COM 17-R22) under TAP     Q12/17  
[ 303 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Deutsche Telekom AG   Proposal for revised text of clauses 6, 6.3, 7.3.3, and 8.3 in X.iptvsec-3: Key management framework for secure IPTV services     Q6/17  
[ 302 ]  
 
2010-11-25 China Mobile   Trust management evaluation criteria of X.p2p-3     Q7/17  
[ 301 ]  
 
2010-11-25 China Mobile   Trust management assumption of X.p2p-3     Q7/17  
[ 300 ]  
 
2010-11-25 China Mobile   The draft Recommendation for X.p2p-3: Security requirements and mechanisms of P2P-based telecommunication network     Q7/17  
[ 299 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Hitachi, Ltd   Proposal of a baseline model for clause 11 of X.sap-4     Q7/17, Q10/17  
[ 298 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Germany   Germany's comments on the draft new Recommendation X.tcs-2     Q5/17  
[ 297 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Germany   Proposal for modification on ITU-T Recommendation ITU-T X.1500 [X.cybex], Cybersecurity information exchange framework     Q4/17  
[ 296 ]  
 
2010-11-25 KDDI Corporation   Proposal of a new work item for the general framework of device authentication in peer-to-peer communications     Q7/17  
[ 295 ]  
 
2010-11-25 KDDI Corporation   Comments for draft Recommendation X.msec-6: Security aspects of mobile phones     Q6/17  
[ 294 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Japan   Survey of Standardizing in ISO/TC 215 for X.tif     Q9/17  
[ 293 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Japan   Technical contributions for ITU-T draft Recommendation X.gep: A guideline for evaluating telebiometric template protection techniques     Q9/17  
[ 292 ]  
 
2010-11-25 Japan   A draft proposed text for Recommendation ITU-T X.sgsm, Information security management guidelines for small and medium telecommunication organizations     Q3/17  
[ 291 ]  
 
2010-11-25 NICT   Comments on the draft Recommendation X.tcs-2: Real-time blocking list (RBL)-based framework for countering VoIP spam     Q5/17  
[ 290 ]  
 
2010-11-22 Information and Communication Technologies , Authority of Mauritius   Challenges to open networks: what strategies? Development of a "defense in depth" regulatory framework     Q4/17  
[ 289 ]  
(Rev.1) 
2010-11-11 France Telecom Orange   Comments on draft Rec. ITU-T X.1275 (COM 17-R21) under TAP     Q10/17  
[ 288 ]  
 
2010-11-09 Yaana Technologies, LLC   Enhancing Cybersecurity for Future Networks: automated security use case     Q4/17  
[ 287 ]  
(Rev.1) 
2010-11-08 France Telecom Orange   Revised version of Rec. ITU-T X.660     Q12/17, Q11/17  
[ 286 ]  
 
2010-11-05 Yaana Technologies, LLC   Proposed draft Recommendation ITU-T X.ssaf, Security standards availability framework     Q4/17  
[ 285 ]  
 
2010-10-11 France Telecom Orange   Comments on draft Rec. ITU-T X.1032 (COM 17-R15) under TAP     Q2/17  
[ 284 ]  
 
2010-09-09 UK   Amendments to draft ITU-T Recommendation X.673     Q12/17  
[ 283 ]  
 
2010-10-07 Canada   ITU-T & ISO Collaboration     Q10/17  
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