ETSI White Paper No.1 - Fourth edition, January 2012
About the authors
Dr. Carmine Rizzo,
CISA CISM CISSP CMP ITIL PRINCE2
ETSI Security Standardisation Projects, ETSI Secretariat
Carmine Rizzo has worked in the ETSI Secretariat in France since November 2007. He isthe point of reference for security standardisation activities and responsible for thesupervision, co-ordination and promotion of ETSI security standardisation work within andacross various Technical Committees and Working Groups.He obtained a Degree (Laurea) in Electronic/Telecommunication Engineering in Italy,followed by a Ph.D. in Radio Communications in the United Kingdom.His professional background in the United Kingdom includes experience in the privatesector for Nortel Networks as Data Communications Network Engineer, and over fiveyears' experience in the international organisation ECMWF (European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts), working in an operational environment for the management ofIT projects, services and security.He has gained, and actively maintains, several professional certifications covering broadaspects of technical security and security management, as well as project management,change management, IT audit, control, and service management.
CEng FIET FRSA M.Inst.ISP
Director Zeata Security Ltd.
Charles Brookson worked in the UK Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS) for12 years and is a Professional Electronic Engineer. He previously was Head of Security forone2one (now T-Mobile UK) for four years, and worked within British Telecom for twentyyears before that.He is Chairman of the NISSG, a group that was set up to co-ordinate security standardsamongst the three European Standards Organizations and other bodies outside Europe.He was also on the Permanent Stakeholders group of ENISA, the European Network andInformation Security Agency.He is also Chairman of ETSI OCG Security, which is responsible for securitystandardisation within ETSI, chaired the GSM Algorithm Group in 1986, and has beenChairman on the GSM Association Security Group (representing nearly 800 operators in220 countries) for over 25 years, and has been involved in GSM and 3GPP securitystandards.