ETIS notes the recent press speculation regarding our CERT-SOC Telco Network, a working group which brings together computer emergency response teams and security operations center professionals to enhance cooperation and leverage the overall security
of the Telco infrastructure.
As a trusted platform for information exchange within the European telecommunications sector and in particular by the cybersecurity experts who participate in our working groups, ETIS would like to reiterate the
Any incoming information related to cybersecurity alerts and threats is taken seriously and shared within the ETIS CERT-SOC Telco Network regardless of the origin of the information. ETIS neither withholds nor filters information, nor does it
serve any other role than to provide a platform for discussions.
It is up to the experts in the working group to decide whether to act on this information by checking the reliability, relevance and potential impact. ETIS does not intervene, nor is it informed of any outcomes.
As the information shared is bound by strict confidentiality clauses, ETIS is not able to comment nor confirm or deny an information that is exchanged.
Established in 1991, ETIS is a nonprofit association which brings together the major European telecommunications providers in 13 working groups ranging from digital sales and customer experience to information security to big data. Our platform provides a mirror in which our members can gauge the progress of their IT integration, governance, and transformation strategies against each other in a non-competitive environment that benefits the Telecom industry as a whole.