TelcoSecDay 2017 – Next Talks and Agenda

As Troopers17 and TSD are getting closer, I’d like to publish the next talk’s abstract and a preliminary agenda. Still, the agenda is not final yet but you already can see some more confirmed talks. I hope to be able to confirm and publish more information about these slots soon. Also, please note that the TelcoSecDinner will start at 7pm – see more below.

Defending, monitoring & detecting exploits on my telecom network
by Alexandre de Oliveira

Nowadays, operators are handling daily frauds, signaling attacks on 2G,3G and 4G networks, with a special mention to attackers starting frauds on friday night, thank you guys!
Since several years now I always have been on the offensive side regarding telecom core networks signalisation, that’s why I started to try to catch the friday night bad guys. During this talk I will share my experience on building monitoring solutions in an ISP playground and how you can to it by yourself with everything you already have on your network. I will also share the different interesting fraud cases and 0days I have been acatched during this years and how we are handling it in my ISP.


Thanks again for all the submissions, unfortunately I am not able to place all of you into the agenda. However, the current agenda now is looking like this. Please note that there is again a dinner planned at 7pm where all TSD attendees are invited. The dinner again will give us the chance to think about the talks and keep the discussions going.

8:45 Opening Remarks
9:00 – 9:45: Bjoern Rupp – Automated large-scale detection of rogue base stations: A field report
9:45 – 10:30: Christian Kagerhuber – Dissecting PPPoE on DSL / “My password belongs to me”
10:30: Break
11:00 – 11:45: Merve Sahin – Exploring fraud in telephony networks, an illustration with Over-The-Top Bypass
11:45 – 12:30: Alexandre De Oliveira – Defending, monitoring & detecting exploits on my telecom network
12:30: Lunch
13:30 – 14:15: David Rupprecht & Adrian Dabrowski – It’s no use crying over spilled 2G,3G,4G – what we need to fix in 5G
14:15 – 15:00: Stefan Schroeder – Outlook on 5G security from 3GPP perspective
15:00: Break
15:30 – 16:15: Ravishankar Borgaonkar and Lucca Hirschi – New attacks in 4G technologies
16:15 – 17:00: Not published yet

TelcoSecDinner: 19:00 

We reserved some seats in a local brewery. There we will be served with some variations of local specialities and we will have some more time to sit together and have a beer.

See you soon!

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