Our new group will be looking at how the MNO’s and L1’s can work together to improve the current systems on services that require the secure passing of information. This is referring to the Copper Horse audits which look to increase security (around users personal details) between aggregators and MNOs. This working group has been set up to identify and resolve the barriers to the completion of the security project, identify common issues, goals and discuss best practice opportunities and utilise resources available to realise those goals and reduce consumer risk.
TERMS OF REFERENCE: Security Project
The security project group is a short-medium term project seeking to identify common issues and resolutions in this area by open discussion and sharing of non-commercial knowledge in order to reach conclusions that benefit all parties and reduce consumer risk.
Open to all Silver and Gold MNOs and Level 1 providers only
The Working Group objective is to identify and resolve the barriers to completion of the security project, identify common issues, goals and best practice opportunities and utilise resources available to realise those goals.
This group will commence with a call for inputs around the issues followed by a meeting/s as required to seek to overcome that which has been identified.
aimm’s working groups run as required throughout the year (group dependant) and are constituted from aimm members, guests who may add to the meeting content, external speakers and observers.
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SPWG meeting notesMeeting notes 5th March 2019 from first Security Project working group