- Wireless and fixed broadband
- Ashish Narayan
The face-to-face ITU Asia-Pacific Centre of Excellence (ITU ASP CoE) Training Programme on Broadband Network Security: Challenges and Solutions will be conducted from 26 to 30 Aug 2019 at ALTTC, Ghaziabad, INDIA. This training is organized jointly by the International Telecommunication Union and Advanced Level Telecom Training Centre (ALTTC), ITU Centre of Excellence, India as part of the Wireless and Fixed Broadband training programme under the auspices of the ITU Centre of Excellence for Asia-Pacific region. The training will be delivered in English at ALTTC, Ghaziabad (Near New Delhi), India. The training course is designed to understand broadband access technologies, broadband network architecture and components, network security aspects (regulatory framework & certification), understanding broadband networks & its components, assessing vulnerabilities, risk analysis and suggesting security mechanism, need of securing networks in sight of cumulative day to day network attacks. The training will enable the participants to understand and appreciate the wireless broadband network security linked challenges and solutions; GSM, 3G, UMTS and LTE network security; authentication procedure; ciphering; algorithm etc. using case studies and discussions. The course will also provide live demonstration of different types of MITM attacks e.g. DNS Spoofing, ARP Sniffing, and HTTP methods exploitation etc., and share knowledge on use of tools & techniques to avoid such attacks. This training is targeted at executives, managers, engineers and technical staff from regulators, policy makers, telecom operators, academia and other institutions. To register for this training, participants should register online on ITU Academy platform and send the completed attached form (Annexure-I) latest by 5th August 2019.