Aug 5 Techburst

Investigating and Dissecting Malware for the Network Engineer

with Joey Muniz from Cisco

Wednesday, August 5
12 noon ET

What is malware?

Have you ever wondered what malware is? Sure, you know it’s bad, but do you know why? How effective are you at detecting, dissecting and responding to malware? Join Joey Muniz from Cisco for a free, open to the public Techburst covering how to statically and dynamically work with malware, ranging from simple free online tools to more complicated opensource dissemblers and sandboxes. Understanding malware can benefit any organization by improving incident response, file analysis and forensic capabilities.  
Don’t assume your security gateway is preventing all threats! Learn how to perform breach detection for any budget, which will enhance your security practice. Speaker is the author of various penetration testing, SOC and certification publications giving a talk for any skill level as long as you have the desire to learn about malware. For those elite researchers that work with IDA Pro or Cuckoo on a daily basis, this talk will likely be a basic review as the focus is the average network engineer. 

Access Techburst

The Techbust Zoom link will be posted here 15 minutes prior to the start of the presentation. This session is open to the public, as well as designated representatives of REN-ISAC member institutions. Information is classified TLP:WHITE (REN-ISAC:PUBLIC).

Can’t make the Techburst? This session will be recorded and made available on this page in the week following the presentation. Check back here for the recording.