5G security from a standards perspective

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The Montreal Chapter of the IEEE Systems, Man & Cybernetics Society cordially invites you to attend the following talk, to be given by Dr. Alf Zugenmaier, professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Germany, and associate professor at Concordia University, Montréal, Canada, on Tuesday, September 17th, 2019, from 3h00pm to 5h00pm at Concordia University (EV Building, Room EV 001.162).



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  Location

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  Registration



  • Concordia University
  • 1515 St.Catherine Street West
  • Montreal, Quebec
  • Canada H3G 2W1
  • Building: EV Building
  • Room Number: EV 001.162
  • Dr. Walter Lucia,

    Concordia Institute for Information System Engineering,

    Concordia University,

    Montreal, QC, H3G 2W1, Canada



  Speakers

Dr. Alf Zugenmaier

Topic:

5G security from a standards perspective

Abstract: Standardization of the first phase of the next generation of cellular networks has concluded now, and 5G networks are being rolled out. This talk will focus on the standardized security of 3GPP 5G networks. It will give an understanding of how standardization works, what was standardized for security and try to shed some light to why some things are the way they are.

Biography:

Dr. Alf Zugenmaier is a professor for mobile networks and security at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Germany, and associate professor at Concordia University, Montréal, Canada. He has been active in standardization within the 3GPP security standardization group since 2008, working on security standards for 4G and 5G. Prior to becoming a professor, he worked at DOCOMO Euro-Labs in Munich, Germany, on secure mobility. Before that, he was a postdoc at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and a Diplom in Physics, both from the University of Freiburg. His research interest are in network and systems security and privacy.