Secure or Not Secure? Analysis of IP Security Mechanisms in IoT and Mobile Devices
8am PT/ 11am ET
Presented by: Christian Hof, Senior Product Manager, Test and Measurement Division, Rohde & Schwarz, Munich and Meik Kottkamp, Principal Technology Manager, Test and Measurement Division, Rohde & Schwarz, Munich
5G targets three main use-case families: enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), massive IoT and ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC). In particular for URLCC, secure communications is of utmost interest to vertical industries such as automotive, Industry 4.0 and eHealth. This webinar provides the background to IP secure connections and introduces a test solution that makes it possible to identify vulnerabilities in the IP connection.
Attendees will learn:
- Security challenges in particular resulting from vertical industries
- Key aspects for analyzing the security of an IP connection with focus on the TLS/SSL protocol layer details
- How to characterize security of an IP connection over an emulated cellular network
Christian Hof is senior product manager in the Test and Measurement Division of Rohde & Schwarz in Munich. He is responsible for the R&S®CMW500 wideband radio communication tester with focus on IP application testing, e.g. IP throughput testing, VoLTE/IMS and video streaming, using cellular and non-cellular communications technologies. He also focuses on test solutions for the connected car such as eCall/ERA-Glonass using the R&S®CMW500. Christian studied electrical engineering at the Munich University of Applied Sciences, from which he graduated in 2004, and joined Rohde & Schwarz within the same year.
Meik Kottkamp is Principal Technology Manager in the Test and Measurement Division of Rohde & Schwarz in Munich. He is responsible for strategic marketing and product portfolio development covering the enhancements in existing and new 3GPP technologies. His focus is on LTE-Advanced Pro and the developing 5G technology. Meik joined Rohde & Schwarz in August 2007 after working 11 years at Siemens and then NSN. He holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree of Electrical Engineering with focus on radio frequency technology from the University of Hannover, Germany.