TelcoSecDay 2017 – First Talks Published

Even if the CFP for TelcoSecDay 2017 is officially closed, I am still getting mails in. First of all: thank you for all your great feedback! As the TelcoSecDay is a complimentary and non-public event with highly specialized topics, it only works by sharing knowledge with each other. But please keep in mind that the speaker-slots are limited and I have to make a decision at some point of time.
Anyhow, I am looking forward for a great event and I am proud to publish the first accepted talks:
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TelcoSecDay 2017 – CFP Opens

For the 6th year in a row, the next TelcoSecDay will take place in 2017 on March 21th. Again, it will be held one day before Troopers IT-Security Conference as an invitation-only event. For those of you who don’t know the TSD, it is organized by ERNW and is aimed at bringing researchers and people from the telecommunication industry together to discuss about current security weaknesses, challenges and strategies. To do so, various topics will be presented during the talks and there will surely be enough time to follow-up in extensive discussions.
To give you an idea, here’s the TSD 2016 agenda, and here’s the one of 2015.
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TelcoSecDay 2016 – Second Round of Talks

I am very happy to announce the second round of talks for the TelcoSecDay 2016. As mentioned in my previous post it will take place on March 15th. All invitations should be out by now; if you think you can contribute to the group and you are willing to join us – please let me know (

Still, not all talks are confirmed but the newly published talks will provide an idea about TSD 2016 and its discussions.
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Final Agenda of Troopers15 TelcoSecDay

Admitted, we’re a bit late this time, but here we go with the agenda of this year’s TelcoSecDay.

Given the high number of quality contributions overall there’s more talks than in the previous years and we’ll hence start more early (and finish later 🙂 ), so please plan accordingly.
This is the agenda, details for the invididual talks can be found in the respective links:

8:30-9:00 Opening & Intro
9:00-9:45 Luca Bruno: Through the Looking-Glass, and What Eve Found There
9:45-10:30 Dieter Spaar: How to Assess M2M Communication from an Attacker’s Perspective
11:00-11:45 Tobias Engel: Securing the SS7 Interconnect
11:45-12:30 Ravishankar Borgaonkar: TelcoSecurity Mirage: 1G to 5G
12:30-13:00 Hendrik Schmidt: Security Aspects of VoLTE
14:00-14:45 Rob Kuiters: On her majesty’s secret service – GRX and a Spy Agency
14:45-15:30 “Watching the Watchers”
16:00-16:45 Markus Vervier: Borrowing Mobile Network Identities – Just Because We Can
16:45-17:15 Shahar Tal: I hunt TR-069 admins – CWMP Insecurity
17:30-18:00 Sébastien Roche (Orange): tba

19:30 Dinner (it will be hosted by us, location & details will be provided during workshop and from @WEareTROOPERS).


See you all there, have a safe trip everybody



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