The highlight of the meeting was the approval and publication of TS 103 120: Handover Interface 1: Interface for Warrant Information. This specification defines how law enforcement and other agencies can electronically submit Warrant and Tasking information to Communication Service Providers (CSP). The focus is primarily on LI but leaves room for future extensions to support lawful orders for Retained Data (RD) requests.
Mike has a strategic focus on protocols, standards, and infrastructure evolution. Technologies span LTE/EPS/EPC, Voice, SIP, IMS, Security, Cloud, and NFV. He has contributed, authored, and chaired standards in the IETF, ITU-T, ETSI, ATIS, WiMAX, IEEE, 3GPP, TIA, and CableLabs. At Yaana since 2012, he has contributed to the development of Lawful Intercept and Retained Data handover interface specifications in ETSI, while working to develop and deploy LI and RDH systems for U.S. and European customers. He leads development of globally deployable, cloud-based regulatory compliance and mobility services. Represents Yaana at international forums, such as GSMA, WISPA, and industry trade shows. His experience spans patenting innovative ideas; developing products; and deploying, operating, and maintaining large-scale networks. He has 10 U.S. Patents and 16 Patents Pending.