Orange Jordan welcomes TRC decision to provide more bandwidth

Orange Jordan has commended the decision by the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) to provide more bandwidth during the Covid-19 crisis. The TRC has granted telecom companies extra frequencies to expand network capacities so they can provi…

Orange Jordan has commended the decision by the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) to provide more bandwidth during the Covid-19 crisis. The TRC has granted telecom companies extra frequencies to expand network capacities so they can provide internet service without disconnections especially during peak time, to support the government effort to encourage home education and teleworking.

Nigeria – NCC Annual Cyber Security Conference 2020

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is organising the Annual Cyber Security Conference …

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is organising the Annual Cyber Security Conference with the theme: "Strengthening the Security and Resilience of the Nation’s Communications Infrastructure." This event is designed to provide a platform for discussion on Developing a joint coordination for Incidence Response for the Communications Industry, Introducing Cyber Insurance, Bridging the Cyber workforce Gap, strengthening National cooperation, exchange of information, and development of comprehensive strategies that will address the Cybersecurity challenges as they relate to the Communications Industry in Nigeria. Date of the Event: February 13th 2020 Website of the event: https://www.ncc.gov.ng/cybersec2020/

Jordan – TRC issues eSIM regulation

TRC issued a regulation on eSIM  on November 11th 2019

TRC issued a regulation on eSIM  on November 11th 2019.
  1.  All devices that have electronic remote programmable chipset eSIM will be used in Jordan must :
  • Be programmed by licensed local telecommunications network operators in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
  • The profiles data shall be uploaded to these devices by the licensed local telecommunications network operators. Otherwise, these devices shall lose their connection with the Jordanian telecommunications networks within a maximum period of 90 days.
  • All systems and storage units, including equipment and other software related to eSIM must be approved in accordance with GSMA criteria for remote programmable SIM technology infrastructure
  •  All data and records related to the integrated electronic segments eSIM must be contained within the borders of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan only

2- The eSIM equipment to be used and sold in Jordan must be:

a-      Interoperable and compatible with GSMA OTA specifications

b-      Complies with GSMA SAS and ISO 27001 standard requirements and security standards.

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