CALEA Training Course provides the fundamentals on CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies).
It is about access, not authority. CALEA does not expand Law Enforcement’s fundamental statutory authority to conduct electronic surveillance. It simply seeks to ensure that after Law Enforcement obtains the appropriate legal authority, telecommunications carriers will have the necessary capability, and sufficient capacity, to assist Law Enforcement regardless of their specific systems or services.
The objective of CALEA implementation is to preserve Law Enforcement’s ability to conduct lawfully-authorized electronic surveillance while preserving public safety, the public’s right to privacy, and the telecommunications industry’s competitiveness. CALEA implementation responsibilities are delegated to the Federal Bureau of Investigation by the Attorney General at 28 C.F.R. § 0.85(o).
Who Should Attend
Those who require knowledge of the evolution of the CALEA. Suitable for telecom professionals, Managers and Sales Staff requiring thorough CALEA knowledge.
- Lawful Interception
- Electronic Surveillance
- Electronic Surveillance Statistics
- U.S. Criminal Electronic Surveillance Laws
- What is CALEA?
- The Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA)
- Purpose of CALEA?
- Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act of 1994
- CALEA - The Law
- Who must be CALEA-compliant?
- Call Identifying Information
- Call Content
- What is safe harbor under CALEA?
- What are the Punch List technical requirements?
- CALEA and Packet-mode Communication Technologies
- CALEA Responsibilities for Telecommunications Equipment Manufacturers
- CALEA Compliance
- FBI Regulations
- FCC Regulations
- Law Enforcement Filings
- CALEA implementation
Lawfully-Authorized Electronic Surveillance Standards
- Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance: J-STD-025-2000
- Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (Trial Use) (Addendum 1): J-STD-025-1-2000
- Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (Trial Use ) (Addendum 2): J-STD-025-2-2000
- Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (Trial Use): J-STD-025A-2000
- OAM&P - Extension to Generic Network Model for Interfaces between Service Provider Administrative System (Lawful Authorized Electronic Surveillance) and Network Elements: T1.260-1998
- CALEA Suite of Standards for Traditional Paging, Advanced Messaging and Ancillary Service
- PacketCable™ Electronic Surveillance Specification: PKT-SP-ESP-I01-991229
- IPCablecom Electronic Surveillance Standard: SCTE 24-13 2001
Techical Details of CALEA
- Integrated Digital Loop Carrier (IDLC) Fundamentals
- What is GR-303?
- Traditional Wire-tapping Techniques
- CALEA Protocol Messages
- The Call Content Channel (CCC)
- Local Sigital Switch (LDS) to the Collection Equipment Interface
- ASN.1 Messages and J-STD-025 Call Data Channel (CDC)
- CALEA ASN.1/BER Structure
- Implementation and Testing Procedures
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