Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagements:

Mr. Nir Simionovich has delivered memorable conference speeches and participated in panels in many parts of the world. These include North America, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, the Far East, Africa and, of course, Israel – where Nir is Based.
Apart from delivering memorable conference speeches, Mr. Simionovich is also an established author, having written two books about Asterisk. Mr. Simionovich is currently working on his third Asterisk title, which is still due to be released. Mr. Simionovich’s public speakings and publications include:

  • “Augmented RTC “- TADSummit, Portugal, Nov. 2016
  • “Mobile VOIP OTT – Lessons Learned” – VoIP2Day, Spain,  Nov. 2016
  • “Mobile VoIP is so damn hard!” –  AstriCon, Glendale, AZ, Sept. 2016
  • “From PHPAGI to PHPARI” – AstriCon, Orlando Florida, Oct. 2015
  • “Federated VoIP Switching. Beyond traditional VoIP Switching ” – Kamailio World, May 2015
  • “Cloud Based Asterisk: Tips from the Front line” – AstriCon, Las Vegas Nevada, Oct. 2014
  • “SIP Interoperability and Load Testing” – VoIP on Tap, Israel, Mar. 2014
  • “CSI: VoIP Analyzing a VoIP Fraud Case” – AstriCon, Atlanta Georgia, Oct. 2013
  • “Hardening Your System” – AstriCon, Atlanta Georgia,Oct. 2013
  • “Asterisk Lock Down — Beyond Fail2Ban” – AstriCon, Atlanta Georgia, Oct. 2012
  • “$400,000 toll fraud – YIKES!” – AstriCon, Denver Colorado, Oct. 2011
  • “Fraud Prevention in IP Telephony systems” – Asterisk Israel, Israel, Apr 2010
  • “The Humbug Project” – AstriCon, Washington DC, Oct 2010
  • “The Humbug Project – a new approach for fraud analysis” – Amoocon, Germany, June 2010
  • “Beyond the Dialtone – IP Phone Content Management” – Amoocon, Germany, June 2010
  • “HD Voice and Asterisk” – Polycom Resellers Convention, Israel, Dec 2009
  • “Particle Programming with AGI” – Amoocon, Germany, May 2009
  • “Dynamic Asterisk Scalability with Amazon EC2” – Amoocon, Germany, May 2009
  • “Virtualizing Asterisk” – Digium/Asterisk World (ITExpo East), Miami Florida, Feb 2009
  • “Operator Assisted Dialing – Meeting regulatory requirements in Israel with Asterisk” – AstriCon, Glendale, AZ, Sep 2008

Mr. Simionovich is available for public speaking relating to his areas of expertise. To contact Mr. Simionovich, simply click here and fill the form.

 

Mr. Eric Klein has delivered memorable conference speeches and participated in panels in many parts of the world. These include North America, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and, of course, Israel – where Eric is Based. He has also taught both undergraduate and graduate classes in New York at Pace University, and in Israel at The Academic College of Tel-Aviv – Yaffo and Polytechnic University (now part of NYU) in Rehovot.
Apart from delivering memorable conference speeches, Mr. Klein is also an an author, having co-wrote an RFC, written  several articles, and a hard science fiction novel which is still due to be released. Mr. Kleins’s public speakings and publications include:

  • “Case Studies: Managing Your Asterisk System ” –  AstriCon, Glendale, AZ, Sept. 2016
  • “Telecom Fraud and Law” – AstriCon, Orlando Florida, Oct. 2015
  • “Making Your Asterisk Secure” – AstriCon, Las Vegas Nevada, Oct. 2014
  • “SIP Interoperability and Load Testing” – VoIP on Tap, Israel, Mar. 2014
  • “Intro to VoIP Security: They Know Who You Are) and How to Find You” – AstriCon, Atlanta Georgia, Oct. 2013
  • “Hardening Your System” – AstriCon, Atlanta Georgia,Oct. 2013
  • “Found in the wild: Telecom Fraud and Security Problems” – AstriCon, Atlanta Georgia, Oct. 2012
  • “Eric Klein on Telecom Fraud” – Podcast Published on DIDX Podcast, Jan. 2012
  • “Shssshhhhhh!!!! Al-Qaeda Phreaking!” – Podcast Published in VoIP Users Conference, Dec. 2011
  • “2011’S Biggest Frauds And Phreaks” in Channel Partners Peer-to-Peer, Dec. 2011
  • “Telecom Fraud: From Fun Phreak To Terrorism” in Channel Partners Peer-to-Peer,  Nov. 2011
  • “Telecom Fraud Is Alive & Kickin’ ” in Channel Partners Peer-to-Peer, Oct. 2011
  • “$400,000 toll fraud – YIKES!” – AstriCon, Denver Colorado, Oct. 2011
  • “RFC4864 – Local Network Protection for IPv6” co-author IETF, May 2007
  • “Moving or Merging IT Departments? – The hardware and software are the easy parts” in Journal of Network and Systems Management, June 2005
  • “Merging network operations centers” in Convergence Magazine, Sept. 2003
  • “Merging Telecoms – Finding out what you really have” in Voice & Data, Oct. 2003
  • “Disaster Recovery: Lessons Learned – A New York Minute”  book chapter in Operations support systems: solutions and strategies for the emerging network, May 2003

Mr. Klein is available for public speaking relating to his areas of expertise. To contact Mr. Klein, simply click here and fill the form.