Helping telecommunication service providers comply with the Telecommunications (Interception Capability & Security) Act
What it is
A set of interception guidelines for industry to streamline the TICSA compliance process by clarifying the requirements for both the solution architectures and interfaces so that the requirements of any Surveillance Agencies are met in a consistent, cost and time efficient manner.
The purpose of the Interception Guidelines is to assist Network Operators and Service Providers in complying with the Telecommunications (Interception Capability & Security) Act (TICSA) in an efficient, timely and cost effective manner.
These guidelines :
- Have yet to be updated to reflect changes to the Act (now TICSA)
- Must be read in conjunction with the TICSA as the TICSA takes precedence over these guidelines.
Who it applies to
New Zealand network operators and telecommunications service providers
Who it affects
- New Zealand network operators and telecommunications service providers
- Surveillance Agencies
Document type: Guidelines
Document version: 2nd edition. August 2009.