TETRA is an ETSI system for secure comms used in over half of all countries. Dutch researchers identified five vulnerabilities.
A new law will result in tougher security requirements for manufacturers of IoT devices. It is associated with a European standard that will likely become the global baseline.
Europe continues to provide international leadership that respects the privacy of phone users.
ETSI standard TS 103 457 could be used to limit access to sensitive network functions running on public clouds.
We need a good international standard for assuring charging accuracy. The revised ETSI 102 845 Technical Specification is based on sound concepts but also suffers crucial omissions.
University researchers have criticized the cryptography in ETSI’s Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP). They explain how hackers would break its privacy and authenticity.