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SIM card technology from A-Z

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Video duration
01:03:22
Language
English
Abstract
Billions of subscribers use SIM cards in their phones. Yet, outside a relatively small circle, information about SIM card technology is not widely known. This talk aims to be an in-depth technical overview.

<p>Today, billions of subscribers use SIM cards in their phones. Yet, outside a relatively small circle, information about SIM card technology is not widely known. If at all, people know that once upon a time, they were storing phone books on SIM cards.</p>
<p>Every so often there are some IT security news about SIM card
vulnerabilities, and SIM card based attacks on subscribers.</p>
<p>Let's have a look at SIM card technology during the past almost 30 years and cover topics like
<ul>
<li>Quick intro to ISO7816 smart cards</li>
<li>SIM card hardware, operating system, applications</li>
<li>SIM card related specification bodies, industry, processes</li>
<li>from SIM to UICC, USIM, ISIM and more</li>
<li>SIM toolkit, proactive SIM</li>
<li>eSIM</li>
</ul>
</p>

Talk ID
10737
Event:
36c3
Day
1
Room
Ada
Start
11:30 p.m.
Duration
01:00:00
Track
Hardware & Making
Type of
lecture
Speaker
LaForge

Talk & Speaker speed statistics

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108.2 wpm
603.2 spm
155.9 wpm
877.0 spm
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Talk & Speaker speed statistics with word clouds

Whole talk:
108.2 wpm
603.2 spm
LaForge:
155.9 wpm
877.0 spm