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Mobility and Wireless
1 Day
Educational
 
Security in LTE Networks and Services
Presentation
LTE (Long Term Evolution), which is standardized by 3GPP and 3GPP2, will enable cellular networks to support up to 10 times higher data rate and more users than existing HSPA networks. Hence, there is a great opportunity for operators and manufacturers to propose new data rate to consuming applications such as voice/data services.
However, in order to successfully deploy LTE applications in the future, it is important to carefully plan the security of such network and/or applications. LTE is an all-IP architecture, leading to security challenges at the application and operating level. Moreover, LTE will be a great platform for commercial applications where financial transactions will occur, that is why it must be done in a secured manner.
In this course all the aspects of security in LTE networks will be investigated.

Training's objectives
First a reminder of all the technologies used by LTE will be presented, and the architecture of LTE network and its components will be detailed, focusing more in particular on the security part. Then, the issues related to security in LTE will be presented, and existing solutions at the different layers of the network will be detailed. Finally, this course will be illustrated with examples of securely deployed applications
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Who should attend?
Mobile operators, Manufacturers, Developer, Engineers in telecommunications, Researchers, Consultants.

Key topics
LTE, security, 4G, secured applications.

Program

9.00 - 11.00 am
General overview of LTE
- Introduction
- LTE technologies
- Network architecture

11.15 - 12.45 am
Threats, Hacking and Viruses in LTE
- Security challenges
- Classification of attacks
- Viruses

 
2.15 pm - 3.45 pm
Solutions for security in LTE
- Access control and authentication
- Secured protocols
- Application security

4.00 - 5.30 pm
LTE applications
- Examples of new applications
- Deployment of LTE services
- Community

 

Module designed and coordinated by Guillaume de la Roche, PhD, Centre for Wireless Network Design, Bedfordshire University, UK
 
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RATES
 
From €200 (excl. vat)

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