The National Compliance Center Form (NCCF) is a questionnaire that was created by the Department of Homeland Security to help organizations comply with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). NCCF covers sixteen specific areas related to information security, and organizations must complete and submit it annually in order to maintain compliance with FISMA. While completing the form can seem like a daunting task, doing so can help your organization protect its data and systems. In this blog post, we'll provide an overview of the NCCF and offer tips for completing it.
Here are several details you might want to read just before you start dealing with the national compliance center.
|Form Name||National Compliance Center|
|Form Length||3 pages|
|Avg. time to fill out||45 sec|
|Other names||at t national compliance center, at t subpoena compliance 2020, at t global legal demands center, at t global legal demand center|
Nat ional Subpoena Compliance Cent er
The AT&T Wireless (AW) National Subpoena and Court Order Compliance Center (NSCC) is a team of specialized, wireless subpoena and court order compliance professionals focused on providing law enforcement, officers of the court, Public Safety Answering Points and other legal contacts with the best possible customer service in the wireless industry. The NSCC is located in West Palm Beach, Florida and currently responds to all AWS subpoena, search warrant and court ordered requests nationwide for customer records. The goal of this team is to comply with civil and criminal process and provide assistance to federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, attorneys, and customers pursuant to that process. At the same time, the team must ensure that they adhere to all applicable state and federal laws and that they protect the privacy of AW’s customers.
•Providing responses to PSAP requests for subscriber information
•Providing 1st level support to PSAP’s for all routing issues
•Providing information pursuant to all lawful requests
•Providing technical assistance in the conduct of Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillances;
•Providing expert testimony
•Ensuring company technical and procedural compliance to federal Communications Assistance to Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) requirements.
•Providing education and support to law enforcement regarding AW’s policies and procedures for legal process.
6:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m. EST Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. - 12:00a.m. EST Saturday and Sunday
Open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for emergency and exigent circumstances
Main Phone: (800)
Subpoena Information: Option 1
Court Order Information: Option 2
PSAP Requests for Information: Option 4
Routing issues may be called in or sent to email@example.com
During an emergency, the NSCC will provide a subscriber's name, telephone number and location to any Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP or 911 Emergency Dispatcher). The NSCC requires that PSAPs provide a completed 911 Emergency Services Exigent Circumstances Form (attached) with the request. In certain emergency situations, where taking the time to complete the form before receiving the information could result in death or serious injury, the form may be faxed immediately after resolution of the emergency. The Exigent Circumstances form should be forwarded to (888)
911 EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCES FORM
To: AT&T Wireless Services, National Subpoena Compliance Center
(Name of Agency/PSAP)
Emergency Request for Records for Wireless Number: __ __ __ - __ __ __ - __ __ __ __
This office received a 911distress call for assistance from the above AT&T Wireless telephone number on _________________200___ at _____a.m./p.m. Duration of call: _____ min______sec.
Based upon that phone call, we believe that one or more people face immediate danger of death or serious physical injury. As such, we request that you promptly provide us with the following information so that we may render assistance to that individual (or individuals):
_____ current subscriber name and billing address information for the
_____ cell site or location information for the call placed by the
telephone to 911.
City, State, Zip