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TSB is launching a new online system for questionnaires. The first such questionnaireshave now been posted for Study Group 3聮s Latin America and Carribean (LAC) Regional Group: please see e.g.  https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/studygroups/2013-2016/03/sg3rglac/Pages/questionnaires/sg3lac-costmodels.aspx. The corresponding Circular will be issued next week. The advantages of this system include the following: Security: Delegate responses are TIES protected and processed by ITU.  Ease of use: Access to questionnaires is through the Study Group website.Question variety: Multiple choice, true/false, open-ended, mandatory/non-mandatoryRapid processing and functionality: Real-time results, custom reports, individualresponse, and visually pleasant graphics To access the questionnaires (that may be cited in a TSB Circular), delegates cansimply enter their TIES username (username@ties.itu.int)and password.  They can follow the numbered questions and indicate their choicesby clicking on them or by providing text in the case of open-ended questions. A progress bar indicates how far along they are and a thank you message confirms whenthey have completed the questionnaire.
New TSB Online Questionnaires Tool

A new version of the Sync Application is now available. The main improvementsare the following:One app supports all the meetings of a Study Group for the whole Study Period 2013-2016. Ability to select documents to download (any of PLEN, WP1, WP2, WP3, C, default all) Improved navigation on the generated pages.The latest version of the Sync app is available for the following ITU-T Study Groupmeetings:ITU-T SG13 meeting (Kampala, Uganda, 4-15 November 2013) ITU-T SG16 meeting (Geneva, 28 October 聳 8 November 2013)We invite you to try the new version of the Sync Application and provide your feedbackto tsbewm@itu.int.
New version of the ITU-T Study Groups Sync Application

As part of the ITU effort to progressively move ITU tools under its single sign-on(SSO) infrastructure, members will now use SSO to submit AAP comments through theAAP website.SSO enables a smoother user experience since services federated under the SSO infrastructuredo not require subsequent logins once logged into another service. When first loggingin, users will see a new login screen.In addition to the AAP comment submission tool, the following services already usethe ITU SSO infrastructure:    SharePoint sites    International numbering resources databases    Misuse of E.164 numbering resources    ITU-T electronic registration and subscription services    ITU-T WP A.5 reference submissionOther services planned for migration under the SSO infrastructure in the near futureinclude the informal FTP areas (IFAs) and Adobe Connect remote participation services. 
APP comments submission tool moved to single sign-on

Dear reader, The ITU-T Newslog has been migrated to a new platform and can now be found at http://newslog.itu.int/archives/category/standardization. The archived content of the retired ITU-T Newslog remains accessible here. Questions or suggestions regarding the new platform are welcome and should be directedto the ITU-T Communications Unit at itu-tcomms@itu.int.Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true}; 
ITU-T Newslog migrated to a new platform

ITU members have agreed new international standards (ITU-T Recommendations) outliningsecurity considerations essential to cloud computing and, crucial to the long-termpreservation and utility of IP-based resources, a 聭framework for the discovery of identity management information聮 to enable interoperability across heterogenous information systems. Recommendation ITU-T X.1600 聯Security framework for cloud computing聰,having reached first-stage approval (聭determined聮) and now undergoing a final review, describes security threats in the cloud computing environment and, through a framework methodology, matches threats with the security capabilities advised to be specified in mitigating them. ITU-T X.1600 will act as a 聭handbook聮 guiding the future standardization of identified threat-mitigation techniques; in addition providing an implementation reference for systems-level cloud security. Recommendation ITU-T X.1255 聯Framework for the discovery of identity management information聰, approved and soon to be freely available on ITU聮s website, details an open architecture framework in which identity management (IdM) information 聳 identifying 聭digital objects聮 and enabling information sharing among entities including subscribers, users, networks, network elements, software applications, services and devices 聳 can be discovered, accessed and represented by heterogenous IdM systems representing IdM information in different ways, supported by a variety of trust frameworks and employing different metadata schemas. ITU-T X.1255 lays out a framework that enables discovery of identity-related informationand its provenance; identity-related information attributes, including but not limitedto visual logos and human-readable site names; and attributes and functionality ofapplications. The framework, in addition, describes a data model and protocol to enablemeta-level interoperability in the management of this information across heterogeneousIdM environments. The Recommendation is a first step towards the Digital Object Architecture (DOA) advocatedby the Corporation for National Research Initiatives(CNRI), which is intended to achieve the 聯universal information access聰 possible with uniquely identifiable digital objects structured so as to ensure their machine and platform independence. For a succinct description of the history, motivation and promise of the DOA, see PeterJ. Denning & Robert E. Kahn, 聯The Long Quest for Universal Information Access聰, Communicationsof the ACM, Vol. 53 No. 12, Pages 34-36. The new Recommendations were agreed at a meeting of ITU-TStudy Group 17 (Security)in Geneva, 26 August to 04 September, which also sawthe establishment of three new work items, on: high-speed Abstract Syntax Notation (ASN.1) Octet Encoding Rules (OER) needed by thefinancial services sector to gain milliseconds on the trading floor; updating the Cryptographic Message Syntax (CMS) to eliminate all obsolete ASN.1 featuresin the interests of making the CMS usable with all ASN.1 standardized encoding rules;and, new challenges for Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI) standardization presented by mobilenetworks, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, cloud computing and smart grid. More information on the work of ITU-T Study Group 17 can be found here.Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true}; 
New ITU standards on cloud computing security and digital object architecture

ITU regrets to announce the death of Col. Richard 聭Dick聮 C. Brackney (Ret.). Dick was a well-known and respected authority on international cybersercurity andhad contributed greatly to ITU聮s work in the field over a period of more than ten years. In August he sent a message to his colleagues: "Dear colleagues at MS and InternationalStandards Community: I have enjoyed my work in the Standards community over the years.But, the time has come for it to end. I've learned over this summer that time is VERYprecious and my time has ended. Thank you all for your support! ---Dick". Dick had a wide and varied career including 35 years at the US National Security Agency.He served in combat during Desert Shield/Desert Storm and was the recipient of numerousservice decorations including two National Defense Service Medals, and a MeritoriousService Medal. He will be sadly missed by all including ITU staff, delegates of Study Groups 13 and17 and the standards and cybersecurity communities at large. A viewing/memorial service will take place on September 17th (Tuesday) at 7 p.m. EDTat the following location: Howell Funeral Home 10220 Guilford Road Jessup, Maryland20794. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Dick to the AmericanHeart Association at http://honor.americanheart.org/site/TR/Events/General?pxfid=260931&fr_id=1030&pg=fund.Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true}; 
Richard C. Brackney

Thelatest postto the ITU blog by Mar铆a Paula Sartori, Green ICT Services Expert at Telef贸nica, asks if it is possible to achieve high levels of efficiency in a 聭Smart City聮, and to what extent a city can become both 聭Smart聮 and 聭Sustainable聮. Smart Sustainable Cities are a central topic at the 3rdITUGreen Standards Weekin Madrid, Spain, 16-20 September.Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true}; 
Connected Cities: Smart Sustainable Cities

The IPR website has been improved with the following features:聲 New layout聲 Search URLs can be bookmarked聲 Details can be viewed in a separate page聲 RSS feature is available from the top of the result part (e.g. for patent statement: http://www.itu.int/ipr/rss.aspx?sector=ITU-T&class=PS)As a consequence cross linkage is now possible, from various itu-t websites.The new website is accessible at : www.itu.int/ipr
New search website for IPRs in ITU-T Recommendations

In the run-up to the Telef贸nica-hosted 3rdITUGreen Standards Weekin Madrid, 16-20 September, a post to the ITU blog pennedby Maya Ormazabal, Head of Environment at Telef贸nica Corporation, frames the debate around electrical and electronic waste (聭e-waste聮) and how its proliferation 聳 today cause for concern 聳 could in the future lead to new, sustainable business opportunities in reuse and recycling. Read the full blog post hereBookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true}; 
Turning the e-waste challenge into an opportunity

The first meeting of the ITU-T Study Group 13 Regional Group for Africa (SG13RG-AFR), the group to coordinate African contributions to the standardizationwork of ITU-T StudyGroup 13 (Future networks), will be preceded by a one-day workshop 聳 free of charge and open to all 聳 on 聯Standardization on IMT, M2M, IoT, Cloud Computing and SDN聰. The workshop will, in addition, be followed by a meeting of the SG13 聭Rapporteur Group聮 tasked with developing international standards (ITU-TRecommendations) under Question5/13 聯Applying IMS and IMT in developing country mobile telecom networks聰. The events are being organized by ITU聮s Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T)and hosted by Algeria聮s Regulatory Authority for Post and Telecommunications (ARPT)in Algiers, Algeria, 8-12 September; as follows: ITU Workshop on 聯Standardization on IMT, M2M, IoT, Cloud Computing and SDN聰, 8 September:Theworkshopwill provide an overview of ITU-T and, in particular, SG13 work in theseareas as well as an opportunity for discussion and knowledge-sharing around regionaldevelopments on these topics. It will also feature an introduction to the objectivesof SG13RG-AFR, which is expected to prioritize the study of cloud computing and futurenetworks. Rapporteur Group meeting on Question 5/13 聯Applying IMS and IMT in developing country mobile telecom networks聰, 9 September:The 聭Rapporteur Group聮 or task team responsible for Question 5/13 will progress its standardization work on the scenarios and requirements of developing-country implementations of International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT-2000 or 聭3G聮; IMT-Advancedor聭4G聮), the systems of radiocommunication standards developed and maintained by ITU聮s Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R)that enable global mobile telecommunications and high-speed mobile broadband. ITU-T,through SG13, produces complementary standards detailing networking aspects of IMT. First meeting of the ITU-T Study Group 13 Regional Group for Africa (SG13RG-AFR),10-12 September:Within ITU-TStudy Groups, RegionalGroups aim to ensure that ITU-T Recommendations address the needs of allthe world聮s regions. As such, Regional Groups play a key role in ITU聮s work to 聭bridge the standardization gap聮 between developed and developing countries by fostering an inclusive environment where all possess equal opportunity to contribute to and influence the standardization process. SG13RG-AFR will consolidate African regional contributions to the work of SG13, and its first meeting will determine the group聮s guiding Action Plan, working procedures and work programme, as well as the schedule of work to be undertaken in preparation for the nextmeeting of SG13 in Kampala, Uganda, 4-15 November 2013Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true}; 
Algeria to host meetings on standards for IMT, M2M, IoT, Cloud Computing and SDN

ITU will host a HighLevel Workshopto review developments in International Mobile Roaming services(IMRs), 23-24 September in Geneva.The event will bring together senior representatives of relevant ministries, regulatorybodies and operators to review developments in IMRs, by examining the economic andregulatory steps which have been taken to reduce prices and improve competition.Results of a new ITU Report on 聯International mobile roaming services: Facilitating competition and protecting users 聰 will be presented during the Workshop. The paper analyses initiatives to address high prices for international mobile roaming services as well as measures to improve protection for users. Providing analysis of a number of policy and regulatory initiatives and changes in the roaming business model and marketplace, the paper examines developments and discusses best practices and recommendations to develop more efficient markets for international mobile roaming services. Roaming was a hot topic at the recent World Conference on International Telecommunications(WCIT) with Article4 of the International Telecommunication Regulations on International TelecommunicationServices stating:4.4 Member States shall foster measures to ensure that authorized operating agenciesprovide free-of-charge, transparent, up-to-date and accurate information to end userson international  telecommunication services, including international roamingprices and the associated relevant conditions, in a timely manner.4.5 Member States shall foster measures to ensure that telecommunication servicesin international roaming of satisfactory quality are provided to visiting users.4.6 Member States should foster cooperation among authorized operating agencies inorder to avoid and mitigate inadvertent roaming charges in border zones.4.7 Member States shall endeavour to promote competition in the provision of internationalroaming services and are encouraged to develop policies that foster competitive roamingprices for the benefit of end users.The text within the international treaty followed agreement by ITU Members from thepublic and private sectors on measures to reduce 聭bill-shock聮 whereby consumers are faced with unexpected and excessive charges for mobile roaming. In September 2012 they approved Recommendation ITU-T D.98, which includes a number of measures to empower consumers and encourage operators to lower tariffs. These measures  representedthe first truly international agreement taking steps towards lowering roaming costs.Participants at the High Level Workshop will be given the opportunity to discuss thisResolution and Recommendation as well as other Recommendations, best practices andinitiatives which have led or could lead to lower prices, facilitating more competitionand protecting users. The event is free of charge and open to all ITU Members, mandatory registration isvia this webpage.All the information about this High Level Workshop is available on the website: www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Regulatory-Market/Pages/Events2013/GE_Roaming/home.aspx.Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true}; 
Roaming workshop scheduled for Geneva

In the latest ITU blog, Miguel Raimilla, Executive Director of the Telecentre.orgFoundation, writes on accessibility differences faced by today's youth.One of the subjects of the next Global Youth Summit in Costa Rica. More
BYND2015 Promoting digital inclusion

Living in a converged world 聳 impossible without standards?That聮s the question posed as the title of the sixth ITU Kaleidoscope academic conference. Kaleidoscope 2014 will be hosted by Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications (SPbSUT),Russian Federation, 3-5 June 2014. Kaleidoscopeeventsare peer-reviewed academic conferences that increase dialogue between academicsand experts working on ICT standardization. Kaleidoscope 2014 is calling for academic papers offering innovative approaches toresearch on the role of ICT standardization in today聮s global economy characterized by accelerating convergence of industry sectors and technologies. The conference will uncover ideas to leverage this convergence in service of the publicinterest. It will highlight areas where ICT standards will improve energy efficiencyand ease the introduction of new services in fields spanning healthcare, education,transport, banking, energy and more. The event will also explore means to enhancethe inclusivity of the Information Society; addressing the demands of people withdisabilities, and the need for standards to be accessible to people of different countriesand languages. Kaleidoscope 2014 is being organized by ITU with the technical co-sponsorship of the IEEEComSoc, the Institute of Electronics,Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) of Japanand the PopovSociety of the Russian Federation. Partners in the organization of 2014聮s event are the Ministry of Communicationsand Mass Communications of the Russian Federation; WasedaUniversity; the Institute of Image ElectronicsEngineers of Japan (I.I.E.E.J.); the EuropeanAcademy for Standardization (EURAS); the Universityof the Basque Country; and Tampere Universityof Technology. A Callfor Papershas been issued and invites submissions until 25 November2013. A prize fund totaling $10,000 will be awarded to the three best papers. Selectedpapers will be published in the conference聮s proceedings and in IEEE Xplore.The best papers will be evaluated for potential publication in IEEECommunications Magazine. In addition, selected papers will be considered for publicationin the InternationalJournal of Technology Marketingor the InternationalJournal of IT Standards & Standardization Research. Young authors presentinga paper at the conference will receive Young Author Recognition certificates. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact the ITU-T Kaleidoscope secretariat at kaleidoscope@itu.int. For additional information, please see Kaleidoscope 2014聮s webpage here. Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true};
Kaleidoscope 2014: Living in a converged world 聳 impossible without standards?

The 3rdITU Green Standards Week is set to tackle an agenda featuring 聭Smart Sustainable Cities聮, e-waste, mobile device eco-rating schemes, and climate monitoring and disaster warning using submarine communications networks. The 2013 event is being organized by ITU and hosted by Telef贸nicaatits headquartersinMadrid, Spain, 16-20 September 2013, with partners comprising the BaselConvention,CEDARE, UNEP, UNESCO-IOC,the United Nations University, WMOandsponsors such as Huaweiand Fujitsu. Cities are the hubs of innovation that drive economic development, but, particularlyin the early years of a city聮s growth, urbanization can have adverse effects on the health of the environment and, consequently, that of citizens. Governments, businesses and technologists are devising ways to encourage a 21st-centurybrand of urbanization that leverages ICTs to match technological and economic progresswith improvements in environmental sustainability and social wellbeing. Standardizationis a means through which to ensure that smart-city breakthroughs become accessibleto all cities around the world, expanding the number of people to benefit from smarterways of living and putting more minds to the task of building more environmentallyresponsible cities. Green Standards Week聮s agenda includes a High Level Segment on Smart Sustainable Cities, the second meeting of the ITU-TFocus Group on Smart Sustainable Cities, 17 September, as well as the prize-givingfor the Telef贸nica-supported 3rdITUGreen ICT Application Challenge, 18 September. The week聮s discussions will take shape as follows: 16 September 2013: ITU, UNEP, UNU, CEDARE Forum on e-Waste 17 September 2013 (morning): Forum on Greening Mobile Devices: Building Eco-RatingSchemes 17 September 2013 (afternoon): 2nd Meeting of the Focus Group on Smart SustainableCities 18 September 2013: High Level Segment on Smart Sustainable Cities 19-20 September 2013 (morning): 3rd ITU/WMO/UNESCO-IOC Workshop on Propelling a PilotProject on Green Cables 20 September 2013 (afternoon): Closed Meeting of the ITU/WMO/UNESCO-IOCJoint Task Forceon Submarine Communications Networks For Climate Monitoring andDisaster Warning The event is free of charge and open to all interested parties, also offering online聭remote participation聮. Interested stakeholders are invited to take up a sponsorship at ITU Green StandardsWeek 2013. Green Standards Week will offer exceptional opportunities to reach highly influentialaudiences, both broad and targeted. For more information on the programme and sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Cristina Bueti, Advisor on Environment and Climate Change, ITU, E-mail: mailto:cristina.bueti@itu.intDaniela Torres, Head of Green ICTs and Environment, Telef贸nica, E-mail: daniela.torres@telefonica.comFind more information, including practical information on hotels and visas and detailsof how to register as an onsite or online participant, here. Find more information on ITU-T, the Environment and Climate Change here.Bookmark and Sharevar addthis_config = {"data_track_addressbar":true};
3rd ITU Green Standards Week to advance smart sustainable cities



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