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| '''DATE:'''&nbsp; 26 April 2019<br />
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| '''DATE:'''&nbsp; Tuesday 10 September 2019<br />
 
'''PLACE:'''&nbsp;  Kristan Nygaards Hall (Room 5370), IFI, UiO - OJD House . <br /><br />
 
'''PLACE:'''&nbsp;  Kristan Nygaards Hall (Room 5370), IFI, UiO - OJD House . <br /><br />
 
'''AGENDA:'''<br />
 
'''AGENDA:'''<br />
 
14:00h Welcom at UiO<br /><br />14:15h Invited Talk:
 
14:00h Welcom at UiO<br /><br />14:15h Invited Talk:
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* '''TALK:''' &nbsp;''Cyberthreat Intelligence in the Private Sector''<br />'''SPEAKER:''' ''Espen Agnalt Johansen'' (Visma) &nbsp; <br />'''ABSTRACT:''' This talk presents experiences from using various CTI (CyberThreat Intelligence) tools and methods for prediction, prevention and attribution of attacks in private-sector networks. I will share information from recent incidents that led to the attribution to known perpetrators, and from events where CTI methodologies have prevented malicious activities. I may also voice some opinions about CTI cooperation between the private and government sectors.
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* '''TALK:''' &nbsp;''5G Security &amp; Challenges''<br />'''SPEAKER:''' ''Ravi Borgaonkar'' (SINTEF) &nbsp; <br />'''ABSTRACT:''' 5G networks promise to transform industries and our digital society by providing enhanced capacity, higher data rates, lower battery for machine-type devices, higher availability and reduced power consumption. In a way, 5G will act as a vehicle to drive much needed digital transformation race and will push the world into the information age. In addition, 5G can be used to replace the existing emergency communication network infrastructures. However, with a higher speed and low latency, higher bandwidth availability attacks and attack surface will also be increased. In addition, in coming years, 5G may become the national critical infrastructure itself, thereby requiring new requirements, regulations, and policies to safeguard the national security interests.  In this talk, we visit 5G security architecture &amp; outline potential security challenges in deployed networks. We use previously known and severe telecom security attacks examples to demonstrate potential risks of 5G. Finally, the talk will cover future research directions to minimize security risks to build 5G enabled information transportation superhighways.
  
 
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'''SPEAKER BIO''' <br/>
 
'''SPEAKER BIO''' <br/>
Espen is the Ops&amp;Sec Manager + Board Member in Visma Software International, and leads the AppSec work for large parts of the Visma Group.  His background is both from Military Service in Norway and several positions in Norwegian and International Security Industry. See the [http://linkedin.com/in/espenjohansen LinkedIn page of Espen Agnalt Johansen].
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Dr. Ravishankar Borgaonkar works as a research scientist at SINTEF Digital and undertakes research in securing next generation digital communication. He holds a PhD in telecommunication security area from Technischen Universität Berlin (TU Berlin, 2013). His primary research themes are related to mobile telecommunication networks and security threats for the next generation of digital communication, ranging from 2G/3G/4G/5G network security to end-user device security. He has extensive experience as a security researcher (Deutsche Telekom's lab, Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Secure Computing at Aalto University, University of Oxford), focusing lately on 5G security research.
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 06:52, 6 September 2019

5G Security & Challenges

DATE:  Tuesday 10 September 2019

PLACE:  Kristan Nygaards Hall (Room 5370), IFI, UiO - OJD House .

AGENDA:
14:00h Welcom at UiO

14:15h Invited Talk:

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  • TALK:  5G Security & Challenges
    SPEAKER: Ravi Borgaonkar (SINTEF)  
    ABSTRACT: 5G networks promise to transform industries and our digital society by providing enhanced capacity, higher data rates, lower battery for machine-type devices, higher availability and reduced power consumption. In a way, 5G will act as a vehicle to drive much needed digital transformation race and will push the world into the information age. In addition, 5G can be used to replace the existing emergency communication network infrastructures. However, with a higher speed and low latency, higher bandwidth availability attacks and attack surface will also be increased. In addition, in coming years, 5G may become the national critical infrastructure itself, thereby requiring new requirements, regulations, and policies to safeguard the national security interests. In this talk, we visit 5G security architecture & outline potential security challenges in deployed networks. We use previously known and severe telecom security attacks examples to demonstrate potential risks of 5G. Finally, the talk will cover future research directions to minimize security risks to build 5G enabled information transportation superhighways.

15:00h Discussion


SPEAKER BIO
Dr. Ravishankar Borgaonkar works as a research scientist at SINTEF Digital and undertakes research in securing next generation digital communication. He holds a PhD in telecommunication security area from Technischen Universität Berlin (TU Berlin, 2013). His primary research themes are related to mobile telecommunication networks and security threats for the next generation of digital communication, ranging from 2G/3G/4G/5G network security to end-user device security. He has extensive experience as a security researcher (Deutsche Telekom's lab, Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Secure Computing at Aalto University, University of Oxford), focusing lately on 5G security research.

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