TelcoSec Day 2013 (Invitation Only)

March 12, 2013 (at 8:30 a.m.)

The “Telco Security Day” aims to gather researchers and practitioners from the Telco / mobile security field. It’s a closed event (and no filming or recording of the talks will take place) which means “invitation only” (without any fees). The number of attendees is limited to 40. It will be held in English. Talks will cover various subjects from different domains (practical security research aka hacking, [3Gpp] standardization, [telco] security operations).

No fees – Invitation only.

Please drop us an email if you think you should be part of it.

Archive: TelcoSec Day 2012

We are looking forward to an interesting workshop with you!



Update: As there has been some public demand for that, here we go with the final agenda for the TROOPERS “TelcoSecDay”. The workshop is meant to provide a platform for research exchange between operators, vendors and researchers. The slides of the talks will potentially be made available as well.

Time Title

Opening remarks & introduction

Attacking mobile-terminated services in GSM

BlueVoxing – Attacking Audio One Time Passwords at 1100Hz


Robust fingerprinting of mobile devices

Security review of the [U]SIM – Phone interface


Remotely Crashing HLR or why it took Telecom Industry 20 Years to Recognize the Problems with SS7


Dirty use of USSD Codes in Cellular Network

Closing Remarks


Joint dinner (hosted by ERNW) in “Heidelberg Altstadt” for those interested and/or staying for the main conference