[ieee-ietf-coord] ITU-T SG13 / FG NET-2030

Russ Housley <housley@vigilsec.com> Sat, 16 November 2019 02:59 UTC

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Subject: [ieee-ietf-coord] ITU-T SG13 / FG NET-2030
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I was recently told about an effort to take over significant standards work currently being led by the IETF.   The work taking place in ITU-T Study Group 13 / Focus Group on Technologies for Network 2030, lead by Dr. Richard Li as the FG NET-2030 chairman. The group appears to be looking to redesign the layer 3 and 4 protocols to centralize functions that would enable/facilitate data aggregation and surveillance.

Does anyone on this list know if FG NET-2030 is actually gaining ground?