Early bird registration rate ends on the 30th of April
In this training we will cover security issues from 2G to 4G networks, specifically focusing on the air interface portion of the network. We will cover the various attack surfaces for the cellular network and protocols which allows us to show the impact of various vulnerabilities. We will also include a portion on security of 5G networks and will introduce the progress of 3GPP SA3 standardization.
This course will be a combination of theory introduction and also hands-on practical experiments with SDRs. We will use SDR hardware tools, such as USRP, and open source projects related to cellular networks to analyze the existing signals, and also to allow you to build your own fake base stations! All SDR hardware will be provided.
Anyone that has an interest in cellular network security, for example security engineers in telecom operators, telecom manufactures, IoT device developers who use cellular network links, etc.
Attendees should have a modern (Intel core i7 is great) laptop with at least two USB ports with at least one of them being USB3. We will bring USRPs for the experiments however if you have your own device, you are welcome to bring it with you as well.
Overview of cellular network security
SDR architecture and available tools in market
2G network security
3G network security
Security issues in 4G
3GPP 5G standard progress related to security