TS-201 TELECOM SECURITY HANDSON COURSE

    This training provides an in-depth knowledge of telecom security problems and their roots in the telecom systems focused on SIGTRAN, SS7, GPRS and GRX technologies as well as attacks against telecom network elements, architecture and design of various 3GPP releases.
WHAT ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE
  • Copy of the presenter’s slides
  • Custom Training material for the course
PREREQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE
  • Telecom Security 101 and 102
COURSE DURATION
  • Two Days
COURSE ACCREDITATION
  • EON IT – A Certification Body assigned by IASME (National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC))
  • P1 Security France

Course Outline

SS7 Security:

  • SS7 basics and possibilities
  • SS7 protocols description
  • Telecom signalling networks architectures
  • SS7 external access SS7Map review
  • SS7 low level protocols analysis
  • Low level SS7 packets analysis, sniffing and network tracing
  • Signalling attacks
  • SS7 and SIGTRAN audit methodology
  • Low level peering (M3UA and SCCP)
  • SCTP scan usage and attack

Telecom signalling vulnerabilities:

  • Network elements underlying technologies
  • Identifying signalling and core network equipment: proprietary OS, Windowsbased, Linux-based
  • GPRS signalling technologies (GTP-C, GTP-U and GTP prime) and known vulnerabilities
  • Attacking GPRS and GTP-scanning
  • Attack scenarios and case studies from GRX and SCCP providers
  • Attacking O&M (OAM & Management) infrastructures
  • SS7 signalling equipment vulnerabilities
  • Crafting SS7 packets (MSU) by hand
  • Context and network layers
  • Spoofing SS7
  • Network element vulnerability research: discovering zero days in SS7 equipment
  • Industrialization of vulnerability scanning in SS7 & SIGTRAN context
  • RADIUS protocol, usage and possible attacks.

Higher level applications:

  • SMS fraud and abuses
  • Fraud management systems (FMS) and FRA
  • Lawful Interception (LI) systems
  • Limits of CDR based fraud detection and security
  • Mobile Application Part (MAP) message analysis and attack traffic
  • GSMA MAP screening recommendations (Cat1, Cat2, Cat3, Cat3+ and Cat SMS)
  • Examination of SS7 attack scenarios from national and International perimeters

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
TS-201 TELECOM SECURITY HANDSON COURSE
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