VoIP Wars: The Live Training

March 20, 2017 (at 9 a.m.)

VoIP attacks have evolved, and they are targeting Unified Communications (UC), commercial services, hosted environment and call centres using major vendor and protocol vulnerabilities. This workshop is designed to experience these cutting edge VoIP attacks, and improve the VoIP skills of the incident response teams, penetration testers and network engineers. Modern attack vectors and broad threats against the VoIP ecosystem will be discussed and analysed for major vendor and protocol vulnerabilities with references to their targets. The major products to be targeting in the workshop are Cisco CUCM, Microsoft Lync/Skype, Asterisk and SipXecs.

In this hands-on workshop, the participants will learn about Unified Communications security fundamentals and testing with practical attacks to improve their skills. Attack scenarios will be discussed for various types of UC implementations to cover business services such as call centres, service operator networks and cloud services. In addition, they will be provided with the workshop and exercises notes as well as a USB stick that includes virtual machines and software to be used during workshop. The workshop exercises will be conducted using the open source tools and Viproy VoIP penetration testing kit developed by the trainer.

Target Audience

Penetration testers, VoIP engineers, security engineers, internal auditors and all hackers who have a wireless card and a VM player should attend this workshop.

Participant requirements

Fatih Ozavci

Fatih Ozavci is a Managing Consultant with Context Information Security and the author of the Viproy VoIP Pen-Test Kit, Viproxy MITM analyser and the VoIP Wars research series. He has fifteen years extensive experience in the field of information security as a leading security consultant, researcher and instructor. His current research is focused on securing IMS and UC services, IPTV systems, mobile applications, mobility security testing, hardware hacking and BYOD/MDM analysis. He has discovered previously unknown (zero-day) security vulnerabilities and design flaws in IMS, Unified Communications, Embedded Devices, MDM, Mobility and SAP integrated environments and has published several security advisories for SAP Netweaver, Clicksoft Mobile, Cisco CUCM/CUCDM and Microsoft Skype for Business platforms.

Fatih has previously presented at major security conferences such as Blackhat Europe’15, HITB Singapore 2015, BlackHat USA’14, Defcon 22 and 21, Troopers’15, Cluecon 2013 and Ruxcon 2013. He has provided VoIP and Mobility Security training at Defcon 23, AustCert 2014 and 2016, Kiwicon 2015 and Troopers’15.