Monday, 20 July 2015

International Workshop on 5G Security - Programme

The 1st IEEE International Workshop on 5G Security held in conjunction with IEEE TrustCom-15

There is a fast on-going change in the technical architectures and topologies of the Internet: in the near future 5G and next generation 4G/LTE network architectures will be based on or migrated to Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). These create new virtual network elements each affecting the logic of the network operation, traffic management and introducing new and novel security challenges. Aspects such as security of orchestration, management functionality as well as surveillance and privacy are brought to the fore. At the same time they introduce new ways of dealing with attack prevention, management and recovery.

The one-day workshop will consist of papers, presentations and demonstrations on the subject of advanced network security. While primarily related to 5G networks, experiences from 4G/LTE, 3G and earlier, including case studies on practicalities of known attacks and novel attack vectors will be considered for acceptance. An invited keynote speech will be given setting out the overall area of security in network development and operations.

IW5GS Programme
TrustCom 2015 Helsinki, Finland
Friday 21, August 2015

10h05-11h50 – Session I
  • Ian Oliver, Silke Holtmanns, Workshop Opening
  • Günther Horn and Peter Schneider, Towards 5G Security
  • Siddharth Prakash Rao, Silke Holtmanns, Ian Oliver and Tuomas Aura. Unblocking stolen mobile devices using SS7-MAP vulnerabilities
  • Vikramajeet Khatri and Joerg Abendroth, Mobile Guard Demo - Network Based Malware Detection
13h10-14h55 – Session II
  • Ian Oliver, Aspects of 5G Security
  • Nicolae Paladi and Christian Gehrmann. Towards Secure SDN-based Multi-tenant Virtualized Networks
  • Elena Dubrova, Mats Näslund and Göran Selander. CRC-Based Message Authentication for 5G Mobile Technology
  • Prajwol Kumar Nakarmi, Oscar Ohlsson and Michael Liljenstam. An Air Interface Signaling Protection Function for Mobile Networks: GSM Experiments and Beyond
15h15-17h00 – Session III
  • Bengt Shalin, keynote talk
  • Mingjun Wang and Zheng Yan. Security in D2D Communications: A Review
  • Karl Norrman, Mats Näslund, Bengt Sahlin and Jari Arkko. A USIM compatible 5G AKA protocol with perfect forward secrecy
  • Silke Holtmanns,Ian Oliver, Workshop Closing

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