Fraud mitigation for IP-based emergency calling
draft-barnes-ecrit-auth-01

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Abstract

The use of Internet technologies for emergency calling creates opportunities for fraud, relative to traditional circuit-switched emergency calling. This document describes the context for IP-based emergency calling, and the types of fraud which are possible within the system. A mitigation strategy for fraud against voice service providers is described; techniques for detecting or preventing other types of fraud will be incorporated in this document as they are available.

Authors

Richard Barnes (rbarnes@bbn.com)
Matt Lepinski (mlepinski@bbn.com)

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