May 2013 Chapter Meeting – Malware Triage and Analysis
Cerberus: Malware Triage & Analysis
with SoCal HTCIA, ISSA Inland Empire and AccessData
Attend this session to learn about the industry’s first automated malware triage and analysis module, Cerberus. This is the first solution of its kind that allows you to detect and triage malicious code without using signatures or running it in a sandbox. The first step towards automated reverse engineering, Cerberus provides threat scores and disassembly analysis to determine both the behavior and intent of suspect binaries. During this demonstration, you will learn how Cerberus works and how to use it to gain immediate actionable intelligence without waiting for days or even weeks for the results of traditional analysis.
Chris Sanft is a Senior Instructor with Accessdata. He is involved in developing and teaching all of the many classes that AccessData offers. He has trained at the United States Secret Service National Computer Forensic Institute. Prior to joining AccessData, Mr. Sanft was a contractor performing computer forensics for the US Army in Iraq. In addition, Mr. Sanft was a computer crime training specialist with SEARCH Group Inc, Sacramento, CA. For almost eight years he coordinated and provided training to local, State and Federal criminal justice agencies both in California and at other locations nationwide. Mr. Sanft provided technical assistance to various law enforcement organizations on computer crime and forensics issues.
Location: Cal Poly Pomona
Building: 35, Centaurus
Parking: $5.00; No Cost to Attend
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