Data Mining Malware for Fun, Profit and Attribution

Data Mining Malware for Fun, Profit and Attribution

Summary

Presented by John Bambenek, Manager of Threat Systems

Nearly 1 million new malware samples are seen every day, making it difficult for incident responders to protect their networks and stay ahead of the adversary. The shear amount of data coming in can overwhelm law enforcement and intelligence analysts trying to determine whether an attack is a one-off or part of something bigger.

This webinar covers the techniques of data mining malware and attacks. These techniques enable long-term analysis of adversaries and make it possible for threat researchers to create profiles of these bad actors.

Defenders and investigators can also use these techniques to monitor and surveil malicious individual's activities and more effectively craft defenses.

On Demand Webinar