Fraud and security
Find out more about the working groups operating within this realm.
Fraud and security group (FASG)
FASG drives the industry’s management of fraud and security matters related to mobile technology, networks and services. Our objective is to increase the protection of mobile operator technology and infrastructure and customer identity, security and privacy.
Telecommunication information-sharing and analysis center (T-ISAC)
T-ISAC is the central hub of information-sharing for the telecommunication industry. We believe sharing knowledge is essential for the protection of the mobile ecosystem, and the advancement of cybersecurity for the telecommunication sector.
Coordinated vulnerability disclosure programme (CVD)
The CVD programme gives security researchers a route to disclose a vulnerability impacting the mobile ecosystem, mitigating its impact. We work with mobile operators, suppliers and standards bodies to develop fixes to protect customers’ security and trust.
Security Accreditation Scheme (SAS)
The SAS enables mobile operators, regardless of their resources or experience, to assess the security of their UICC and eUICC suppliers, and of their eUICC subscription management service providers.
Network equipment security assurance scheme (NESAS)
NESAS audits and tests network equipment vendors and their products, against a security baseline so they can demonstrate to network operators that they are conforming to the desired standard.
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