GSM, the Global System for Mobile communications, is a digital cellular communications system which has rapidly gained acceptance and market share worldwide.
GSM / GPRS networks are more vulnerable to unauthorized access and eavesdropping when compared with the traditional fixed wired networks due to the mobility of users, the transmission of signals through open-air by a mobile user. This presentation focuses on the basic security techniques used within the GSM standard.
A technocrat with 12+ years of experience in the IT & Telecom industry as a Security Professional offering multinational services varying from telecom security, IT security, risk management strategies at global level, Risk & compliance specialist with notable success in planning, Contract Execution, investigation and incident response program, audit compliance's and project management.
Strengths include security evaluation of new product & technology, strategic risk solutions which include: process re-designs to mitigate risks.
Hands-on experience on all stages of various management standards & NW Security Product i.e. ISO 27001:2005, BS25999, ISO 22301:2012, TL 9000, OHSAS 18001:2007, ITIL, Telecom guideline 3GPP/2, Perimeter Defense, Remote access, Access management, Content filtering, Data protection, Threat management, Vulnerability management, and Regulatory compliance on UASL, Press Note 3, Lawful Interception across enterprise wide in India, South East Asia & Africa.
Established standardized telecom network security policy (ITU-T X.805) and rolled out, development of telecom device MBSS and conduct network audit for telecom devices. Network Security product i.e. SIEM (Security incident and Event Management) ,DLP (Data Leakage Prevention), Web Sense, APT (advanced persistent threats), Firewalls (Cisco Pix/Checkpoint/Juniper), Intrusion detection/Prevention System, Routers, Switches, Access Controls, AAA and various network monitoring tools.
Certified CEH, ISO22301, ISO27001, BS25999, BS7799, CVA & CDCP Professional
Starts at Saturday July 25 2015, 12:15 PM. The sessions runs for about 1 hour.