Madeline O'Brien

Dear The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:
O who it may concern
I, Madeline O'Brien(limerick, Ireland) am requesting the following document on the data protection of my International Mobile Subscriber Number (IMSI) and how I can exercise my right when my IMSI has been spoofed and hacked, resulting in the breech of my privacy.
The main Network Operator (Ireland) and ETSI standards do not provide the actuate Data Protection of my Mobile Number (USIM) (Universal Subscriber International Number) (The USIM is the functional equivalent of the SIM in a GSM device)

I am requesting the documents for the Procedures and processes to report such breech's of my USIM data protection at National and EU level
I am requesting the document from ESTI Standards and regulations on the actions that pervert Spoofing of USIMs
I am requesting the document for Network Operator(s) Ireland on the Data Protection rights of USIM Network subscribers when breech's occur. "Current Data protection for network operator states " do not answer these calls" but my USIM and MSISDN have been breeched which is an Infringement of the Data Protection Policy" and my data protection rights
I am requesting the document for Actions to stop Local Spoofing and scamming of private Mobile Subscribers both Nationally and at EU Levels
I am requesting the document for Spoofing and scanning tools used to breech GSM/2G/3G/4G/5G and what actions and documents are available to protect subscribers Privacy Data protection from spoofing Breech's
I am requesting the document that provides the legal procedures and processes for the end-users the owner of USIM on how to exercise their rights through the Data protection regulator and law
I am requesting the document that clarifies that at EU data protection level
Data Protection Breech's
Mobile subscriber (owner of USIM) Spoofed
If you get calls from people saying your number is showing up on their caller ID, it's likely that your number has been spoofed. ... You can also place a message on your voicemail letting callers know that your number is being spoofed.
Usually scammers switch numbers frequently. Because phone numbers are often used as security keys, hackers may be able to get into many other accounts once they have access to your phone account.
If it matches a reported scammer, the caller's number is tagged with “Scam Likely” so you can keep your guard up when you answer the call. This feature is designed to protect against robocalls, tech support scams, IRS impersonation scams, and really any kind of phone call that attempts to defraud you.
ETSI
https://www.etsi.org/newsroom/news/769-2...

Cybersecurity
Security of infrastructures, devices, services and protocols
Security advice, guidance and operational security requirements to users, manufacturers and network and infrastructure operators
Security tools and techniques to ensure security
Creation of security specifications and alignment with work done in other ETSI committees

Network Operator Ireland (three Ireland)

Phishing Explained

Phishing is generally defined as "a cybercrime in which a target or targets are contacted by email, phone or text message by someone posing as a legitimate institution to lure individuals into providing sensitive data such as personally identifiable information, banking and credit card details, and passwords. The information is then used to access important accounts and can result in identity theft and financial loss."

Source: phishing.org

People can be targeted for phishing in lots of ways, via email, calls and texts. Some common phishing methods include:

Texts and emails featuring links to websites which look legitimate. The person is prompted to enter personal information (e.g. name, phone number, card details).
'Too good to be true' emails or texts about winning a competition etc.
Email attachments (these can be viruses that will download to your computer if you click on them).

Network Operator Ireland (three Ireland)

https://community.three.ie/t5/Handsets-D...
How to Avoid Phishing

Here are some easy ways to avoid being caught out by a phishing scam:

Don't answer the phone if you don't recognise the number.
If you receive a missed call from an unknown number, don't call back - you may be charged. This form of phishing is sometimes referred to as a Wangiri call or scam.
Never provide personal information (e.g. name, address, PPS number, bank details) over the phone, via text or email unless you know the person you're talking to.
Don't click on suspicious links in emails or texts.
Don't open attachments on emails unless you know the sender and are expecting an attachment in the email.
Download reliable security software (which generally includes spam filters and virus firewalls) to your PC or laptop.
Be wary of pop ups and advertisements when browsing the web.
Always 'think before you click' when you receive a text or email. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Data protection of USIM and Data protection of USIM Subscribers
https://www.three.ie/legal/privacy/priva...
https://www.three.ie/business/solutions/...

If the USIM which has MSISDN has been compromised and the projection offered is "that not answering these spoofed and scam calls" does not offer any the protection of my data rather informs me that it is acceptable to have my USIM breach's and to accepted this.
I am requesting the document that clarifies that my USIM is full protected at EU data protection level

King Regards
Sincerely
Madeline O'Brien MSc

ve_cinea.access-documents (CINEA), Exekutivagentur für das transeuropäische Verkehrsnetz

[1]Access to documents request - data Breeches of USIM and MSISDN -
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Dear Ms O'Brien,

We refer to your e-mail of 2 July 2021 in which you make a request for
access to documents that was registered under the reference number CINEA
2021/16.

You request access to : "the documents for the Procedures and processes to
report such breech's of my USIM data protection at National  and EU
level",  "the document from ESTI Standards and regulations on the actions
that pervert Spoofing of USIMs", "the document for Network Operator(s)
Ireland on the Data Protection rights of USIM Network subscribers when
breech's occur", "the document that clarifies that my USIM is full
protected  at EU data protection level".

We regret to inform you that the European Climate, Infrastructure and
Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) does not hold any documents that
would correspond to the description given in your application. As
specified in Article 2(3) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001, the right of
access as defined in that Regulation applies only to existing documents in
the possession of the institution. Given that no such documents,
corresponding to the description given in your application, are held by
the CINEA, we are not in a position to fulfil your request.

Please note that CINEA is an executive agency that implements parts of EU
funding programmes for transport, energy and climate action. It is the
successor organization of the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency
(INEA), as of 1 April 2021. The main programmes managed by  CINEA are: the
Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) and Horizon Europe: the EU's Research and
Innovation programme for which CINEA manages the areas of transport and
energy; the Innovation Fund; LIFE Programme; European Maritime,
Aquaculture and Fisheries Fund. In 2021, CINEA will also start
implementing the EU Renewable Energy Mechanism and the Just Transition
Mechanism.

We would advise you to contact directly the Commission services via that
the online platform dedicated to access to documents :
[2]https://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regdoc...

In accordance with Article 7(2) of Regulation 1049/2001, you are entitled
to make a confirmatory application as regards your request for access to
documents requesting the Agency to review this position.
Such a confirmatory application should be addressed within 15 working days
upon receipt of this letter to the Director of CINEA at the following
address:
CINEA
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or by email to: [email address]

Disclaimers:
1.      You have lodged your application via a private third-party
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problems linked to the use of this system.
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data via that website, and not CINEA . For further information on your
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