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1 GSC Global Standards Collaboration GSC#10 28 August – 2 September 2005 Sophia Antipolis, France ITU-T Security Standardization Herb Bertine Chairman ITU-T Study Group 17 Agenda Item: 5.6 GSC10_gtsc3(05)04

2 GSC 2 ITU-T World Telecommunications Standardization Assembly (WTSA) Resolution 50, Cyberscecurity Evaluate existing and evolving new Recommendations with respect to their robustness of design and potential for exploitation by malicious parties Raise awareness of the need to defend against the threat of cyber attack Resolution 51, Combating spam Report on international initiatives for countering spam Member States to take steps within their national legal frameworks to ensure measures are taken to combat spam Resolution 52, Countering spam by technical means Study Groups, in cooperation with other relevant groups, to develop as a matter of urgency technical Recommendations on countering spam

3 GSC 3 ITU-T Study Groups Study Group 17 is the Lead Study Group for Telecommunication Security Coordination/prioritization of security efforts Development of core security Recommendations Study Group 2 is responsible for defining the security requirements on the user point-of-view Study Group 4 covers security for the network management Study Group 9 develops security mechanisms for cable distribution systems Study Group 13 defines the security framework for NGN Study Group 16 concentrates on the security issues of Multimedia applications in next generation networks.

4 GSC 4 Awareness SG 17 maintains a webpage providing for an overview on achievements of ITU-T on security standadization: security manual security compendium: catalogue of approved ITU-T Recommendations related to telecommunication security extract of ITU-T approved security definitions listing of ITU-T security related Questions Many ITU-T workshops have security in their agenda (New horizons for security standardization, NGN (in collaboration with IETF), Cybersecurity Symposiums I and II, Home networking and Home services,…)

5 GSC 5 ITU-T Security Manual December 2003, October 2004 Basic security architecture and dimensions Vulnerabilities, threats and risks Security framework requirements PKI and privilege management with X.509 Applications (VoIP, IPCablecom, Fax, Network Management, e-prescriptions) Security terminology Catalog of ITU-T security-related Recommendations List of Study Groups and security-related Questions

6 GSC 6

7 7 SG 17 recent achievements Security Architecture (X.805) New 2003 For end-to-end communications Security Management System (X.1051) New 2004 For risk assessment, identification of assets and implementation characteristics Mobile Security (X.1121 and X.1122) New 2004 For mobile end-to-end data communications Telebiometric Multimodal Model (X.1081) New 2004 A framework for the specification of security and safety aspects of telebiometrics Public Key and Attribute Certificate Frameworks (X.509) Revision 2005 Ongoing enhancements as a result of more complex uses and alignment with the IETF

8 GSC 8 SG 16 recent achievements Major restructuring of H.235v3 and annexes in stand-alone sub-series Version 4 Recommendations of H.235.x New H.235.0 (2005) Security framework for H-series (H.323 and other H.245-based) multimedia systems Overview of H.235.x sub-series and common procedures and baseline text New H.235.1 (2005) Baseline Security Profile Authentication & integrity for H.225.0 signaling using shared secrets New H.235.2 (2005) Signature Security Profile Authentication & integrity for H.225.0 signaling using X.509 digital certificates and signatures New H.235.3 (2005) Hybrid Security Profile Authentication & integrity for H.225.0 signaling using an optimized combination of X.509 digital certificates, signatures and shared secrets key management; specification of an optional proxy-based security processor

9 GSC 9 SG 16 recent achievements New H.235.4 (2005) Direct and Selective Routed Call Security Key management procedures in corporate and interdomain environments to obtain key material for securing H.225.0 call signaling in GK direct-routed/selective routed scenarios New H.235.5 (2005) Framework for secure authentication in RAS using weak shared secrets Secured password (using EKE/SPEKE approach) in combination with Diffie-Hellman key agreement for stronger authentication during H.225.0 signaling New H.235.6 (2005) Voice encryption profile with native H.235/H.245 key management Key management and encryption mechanisms for RTP New H.235.7 (2005) Usage of the MIKEY Key Management Protocol for the Secure Real Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) within H.235 Usage of the MIKEY key management for SRTP

10 GSC 10 SG 16 recent achievements New H.235.8 (2005) Key Exchange for SRTP using secure Signalling Channels SRTP keying parameter transport over secured signaling channels (IPsec, TLS, CMS) New H.235.9 (2005) Security Gateway Support for H.323 Discovery of H.323 Security Gateways (SG represents an H.323 NAT/FW ALG) and key management for H.225.0 signaling

11 GSC 11 SG 4 recent achievements: Security of the Management Plane (M.3016-series) Approved earlier this year (2005), the M.3016 series is viewed as a key aspect of NGN Management; it is included in the NGN Management Roadmap to be issued by the NGNMFG In M.3060 on the Principles of NGN Management The M.3016 series consists of 5 parts: M.3016.0: Overview M.3016.1: Requirements M.3016.2: Services M.3016.3: Mechanisms M.3016.4: Profile proforma The role of M.3016.4 is unique in that it provides a template for other SDOs and forums to indicate for their membership what parts of M.3016 are mandatory or optional

12 GSC 12 Cyber Security *Vulnerability Information Sharing… *Incident Handling Operations *Security Strategy *Countering SPAM ( proposed Q.1717) Secure Communication Services *Mobile Secure Communications *Home Network Security *Security Web Services *X.1121, X.1122 Q.6/1 7 Q.9/1 7 Q.7/1 7 Q.5/1 7 Communications System Security Project *Vision, Project Roadmap, … Q.4/1 7 Telebiometrics *Multimodal Model Framework *System Mechanism *Protection Procedure *X.1081 Q.8/17 Security Architecture & Frameworks * Architecture, Model, Concepts, Frameworks, *etc… *X.800 series *X.805 Security Management * ISMS-T *Incident Management *Risk Assessment Methodology *etc… *X.1051 Telecom Systems Telecom Systems Users Study Group 17 Security Questions, 2005-2008

13 GSC 13 ITU-T Security work in development Q.2/17: Directory services, Directory systems, and public- key/attribute certificates The Directory: Public-key and attribute certificate frameworks (X.509) The 5 th edition entered Last Call period for approval on 1 August 2005 Consider new work on NGN directory protocol Q.4/17: Communications systems security project Security Baseline for Network Operators Project Proposes a security baseline for network operators that will provide meaningful criteria against which each network operator can be assessed if required Q.5/17: Security architecture and framework Applications of ITU-T Rec. X.805 covering division of the security features between the networkservice provider and the user specifying procedures for network security assessment based on X.805 security architecture

14 GSC 14 ITU-T Security work in development Q.6/17: Cybersecurity X.sno, framework for secure network operations X.vds, vulnerability data schema X.sds, spyware/deceptive software X.silc, security incident life-cycle processes X.svlc, security vulnerability life-cycle processes Q.7/17: Security management X.ism-1, code of practice for information security management X.ism-2, ISMS requirements specification X.1051, amendments/revision Q.8/17: Telebiometrics X.physiol, Physiological quantities, their units and letter symbols X.tsm-1, General telebiometric system models, protocol and data contents X.tsm-2, Profile of client verification model on TSM X.tpp, Guideline on technical and managerial countermeasures for biometric data security

15 GSC 15 ITU-T Security work in development Telebiometric database ITU is constructing a database of safe limit value pertaining to interfaces between telebiometric equipment and humans This work is being done in collaboration with ISO TC 12 and IEC TC 25 We would appreciate the help of PSOs in populating the database. The telebiometric database will be publicly available on the ITU-T website:

16 GSC 16 ITU-T Security work in development Q.9/17: Secure communication services X.homesec-1, Framework for security technologies for home network X.homesec-2, Certificate profile for the device in the home network X.msec-3, General security value added service (policy) for mobile data communication X.msec-4, Authentication architecture in mobile end-to-end data communication, Correlative reacting system in mobile network X.websec-1, based on OASIS standard SAML, Security Assertion Markup Language X.websec-2, based on OASIS standard XACML, eXtensible Access Control Markup Language Proposed Q.17/17: Countering SPAM X.gcs, Guideline on countering SPAM X.fcs, Technical framework for countering SPAM X.tcs, Technical means for countering SPAM

17 GSC 17 ITU-T Security work in development Q.11/4 – Protocols for management interfaces Security Management System Requirements (M.xxxx) Q.1513 – NGN security Ensure that the developed NGN architecture is consistent with established security principles. Will further process the security- related FGNGN deliverables

18 GSC 18 ITU-T Security work in development Security Deliverables from NGN Focus Group Deliverable TitleCurrent DraftTarget Date Security Requirements for NGN Release 1 FGNGN-OD-00132November 2005 Guidelines for NGN Security FGNGN-OD-00173November 2005 Both draft specifications are planned to be moved to SG 13 for processing as new ITU-T Recommendations

19 GSC 19 ITU-T Security work in development Q.25/16 - Multimedia Security in Next- Generation Networks (NGN-MM-SEC) Standardizes MM Security for H.323 systems and for Advanced multimedia (MM) applications including NGN Anti-DDOS countermeasures for Multimedia and for (H.323- based) NAT/FW proxy Federated Security Architecture for Internet-based Conferencing (H.FSIC) Security for MM-QoS ( Negotiate security protocols (IPsec or TLS) for H.323 signaling (H.460.spn) MM security aspects of Vision H.325 Next-generation Multimedia Terminals and Systems

20 GSC 20 Concluding Observations Security is everybody's business Collaboration with other SDOs is necessary Security needs to be designed in upfront Security must be an ongoing effort Systematically addressing vulnerabilities (intrinsic properties of networks/systems) is key so that protection can be provided independent of what the threats (which are constantly changing and may be unknown) may be – X.805 is helpful here

21 GSC Global Standards Collaboration GSC#10 28 August – 2 September 2005 Sophia Antipolis, France Thank you !

22 GSC 22 Additional material on recently approved security Recommendations in Study Group 17

23 GSC 23 Three main issues that X.805 addresses The security architecture addresses three essential issues: What kind of protection is needed and against what threats? What are the distinct types of network equipment and facility groupings that need to be protected? What are the distinct types of network activities that need to be protected? X.805

24 GSC 24 X.805: Security Architecture for End-to-End Communications Vulnerabilities can exist in each Layer, Plane and Dimension 72 Security Perspectives (3 Layers Ò 3 Planes Ò 8 Dimensions) X.805

25 GSC 25 X.805: Three security layers Each Security Layer has unique vulnerabilities, threats Infrastructure security enables services security enables applications security 1 - Infrastructure Security Layer: Fundamental building blocks of networks services and applications Examples: –Individual routers, switches, servers –Point-to-point WAN links –Ethernet links 2 - Services Security Layer: Services Provided to End-Users Examples: –Frame Relay, ATM, IP –Cellular, Wi-Fi, –VoIP, QoS, IM, Location services –Toll free call services 3 - Applications Security Layer: Network-based applications accessed by end-users Examples: –Web browsing –Directory assistance –Email –E-commerce X.805

26 GSC 26 Security Planes represent the types of activities that occur on a network. Each Security Plane is applied to every Security Layer to yield nine security Perspectives (3 x 3) Each security perspective has unique vulnerabilities and threats X.805: Three security planes 1 - End-User Security Plane: Access and use of the network by the customers for various purposes: –Basic connectivity/transport –Value-added services (VPN, VoIP, etc.) –Access to network-based applications (e.g., email) 2 - Control/Signaling Security Plane: Activities that enable efficient functioning of the network Machine-to-machine communications 3 - Management Security Plane: The management and provisioning of network elements, services and applications Support of the FCAPS functions X.805

27 GSC 27 X.805 Approach Advanced Technologies Lucent Technologies-Proprietary 21 Access Control Authentication Non-repudiation Data Confidentiality Module NineModule SixModule Three User Plane Module EightModule FiveModule Two Control/Signaling Plane Module SevenModule FourModule One Management Plane Applications LayerServices Layer Infrastructure Layer Communication Security Data Integrity Availability Privacy The 8 Security Dimensions Are Applied to Each Security Perspective Execute –Top Row for Analysis of Management Network –Middle Column for Analysis of Network Services –Intersection of Each Layer and Plane for analysis of Security X.805

28 GSC 28 X.805 Provides A Holistic Approach: Comprehensive, End-to-End Network View of Security Applies to Any Network Technology Wireless, Wireline, Optical Networks Voice, Data, Video, Converged Networks Applies to Any Scope of Network Function Service Provider Networks Enterprise Networks Government Networks Management/Operations, Administrative Networks Data Center Networks Can Map to Existing Standards Completes the Missing Piece of the Security Puzzle of what to do next X.805

29 GSC 29 Security Management Information security management system – Requirements for telecommunications (ISMS-T) specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving a documented ISMS within the context of the telecommunications overall business risks leverages ISO/IEC 17799:2000, Information technology, Code of practice for information security management based on BS 7799-2:2002, Information Security Management Systems Specifications with Guidance for use X.1051

30 GSC 30 Information Security Management Domains defined in ISO/IEC 17799

31 GSC 31 Organizational security Asset management Personnel security Physical and environmental security Communications and operations management Access control System development and maintenance ISMS Information Security Management System X.1051

32 GSC 32 Mobile Security Multi-part standard Framework of security technologies for mobile end-to-end data communications describes security threats, security requirements, and security functions for mobile end-to-end data communication from the perspectives of the mobile user and application service provider (ASP) Guideline for implementing secure mobile systems based on PKI describes considerations of implementing secure mobile systems based on PKI, as a particular security technology X.1121 X.1122

33 GSC 33 Mobile NetworkOpen Network Data communication Application Server (ASP) Mobile Terminal (Mobile User) Data communication Application Server (ASP) Mobile Terminal (Mobile User ) Data communication General communication Framework Gateway Framework Security threats Relationship of security threats and models Security requirements Relationship of security requirements and threats Security functions for satisfying requirements X.1121 Security framework for mobile end-to-end data communications Mobile Security Gateway

34 GSC 34 Mobile Network Open Network Application Server (ASP) Mobile Terminal (Mobile User) Mobile User VA ASPs VA Mobile users side CA CA RA Repository ASPs side CA Mobile Network Open Network Application Server (ASP) Mobile Terminal (Mobile User) Mobile User VA ASPs VA Mobile users side CA CA RA Repository ASPs side CA Gateway Model General Model X.1122 Secure mobile systems based on PKI ASP Application Service Provider CA Certification Authority RA Registration Authority VA Validation Authority

35 GSC 35 Telebiometrics A model for security and public safety in telebiometrics that can assist with the derivation of safe limits for the operation of telecommunications systems and biometric devices provide a framework for developing a taxonomy of biometric devices; and facilitate the development of authentication mechanisms, based on both static (for example finger-prints) and dynamic (for example gait, or signature pressure variation) attributes of a human being A taxonomy is provided of the interactions that can occur where the human body meets devices capturing biometric parameters or impacting on the body X.1081

36 GSC 36 Telebiometric Multimodal Model: A Three Layer Model the scientific layer 5 disciplines: physics, chemistry, biology, culturology, psychology the sensory layer – 3 overlapping classifications of interactions video (sight), audio (sound), chemo (smell, taste), tango (touch); radio (radiation) - each with an out (emitted) and in (received) state behavioral, perceptual, conceptual postural, gestural, facial, verbal, demeanoral, not-a- sign the metric layer 7 SI base units (m, kg, s, A, K, mol, cd) X.1081

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