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TS 33.180SA3
Security of the Mission Critical Service

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Haigh, Peter

The present document specifies the security architecture, procedures and information flows needed to protect the mission critical service (MCX). The architecture includes mechanisms to protect the Common Functional Architecture and security mechanisms for mission critical applications. This includes Push-To-Talk (MCPTT), Video (MCVideo) and Data (MCData). Additionally, security mechanisms relating to on-network use, off-network use, roaming, migration, interconnection, interworking and multiple security domains are described.

short Table of Contents for  TS 33.180  Word version:   16.2.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 13
2  ReferencesWord-p. 13
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 15
4  Overview of Mission Critical SecurityWord-p. 17
5  Common mission critical security frameworkWord-p. 26
5.1  User authentication and authorizationUpWord-p. 26
5.2  Key management common elementsWord-p. 38
5.3  User key managementWord-p. 52
5.4  Key management from MC client to MC server (CSK upload)Word-p. 58
5.5  Key management between MCX servers (SPK)Word-p. 58
5.6  Key management for one-to-one (private) communications (PCK)Word-p. 58
5.7  Key management for group communications (GMK)Word-p. 59
5.8  Key management from MC server to MC client (Key download)Word-p. 61
5.9  Key management during MBMS bearer announcementWord-p. 62
5.11  UE key storage and key persistence [R15]Word-p. 63
6  Supporting security mechanismsWord-p. 64
7  MCPTT and MCVideoWord-p. 66
8  MCDataWord-p. 87
9  Signalling protectionWord-p. 93
10  Logging, Audit and Discreet Monitoring [R15]Word-p. 111
11  Interconnection, interworking and migration security [R15]Word-p. 114
A (Normative)  Security requirementsWord-p. 119
B (Normative)  OpenID connect profile for MCXWord-p. 124
C  OpenID connect detailed flowWord-p. 138
D (Normative)  KMS provisioning messagesWord-p. 142
E (Normative)  MIKEY message formats for media securityWord-p. 159
F (Normative)  Key derivation and hash functionsWord-p. 168
G (Normative)  Key identifiersWord-p. 172
H (Normative)  Support for legacy multicast key (MKFC) and for MSCCKWord-p. 173
I (Normative)  Signalling Proxies [R15]Word-p. 174
J (Normative)  Authentication and authorisation formats [R15]Word-p. 178
K  Non-3GPP security mechanisms [R15]Word-p. 188
L (Normative)  MC Security Gateway (SeGy) [R15]Word-p. 190
M  Change historyWord-p. 200

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