Security analysis of a femtocell device

  title={Security analysis of a femtocell device},
  author={Ravishankar Borgaonkar and Kevin Redon and Jean-Pierre Seifert},
Mobile network operators are adapting femtocells in order to simplify their network architecture for increased coverage, performance, and greater revenue opportunities. While emerging as a new low-cost technology which assures best connectivity, it has also introduced a range of new potential security risks for the mobile network operators. In this paper, we analyze these security issues and demonstrate the weaknesses of femtocell security. We demonstrate several security flaws that allowing… CONTINUE READING
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