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ITU-T X.1125 (01/2008)

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Correlative Reacting System in mobile data communication
In a mobile network environment, while core networks are able to manage security threats, mobile stations (MSs) that access the mobile network have little defence capability due to limited hardware resources. Compromised mobile stations can themselves easily become virus agents and threaten the entire network. The Correlative Reacting System (CRS) defined in this Recommendation aims to protect mobile networks against the threats of insecure terminals that do not conform to the security policy of the network, such as terminals that have been compromised.
Series title: X series: Data networks, open system communications and security
  X.1100-X.1199: Secure applications and services (1)
  X.1120-X.1139: Mobile security
Approval date: 2008-01-13
Approval process:AAP
Status: In force
Maintenance responsibility: ITU-T Study Group 17
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1 X.1125 (01/2008) In force