Central Ohio ISSA Tech Session
Central Ohio ISSA Quarterly Tech Session Training
When: August 7th
5000 Arlington Centre Blvd
Upper Arlington,OH 43220
This session was originally scheduled for July 18th
Brent Huston and Bill Sempf will lead the course of instruction.
11:00 Registration / lunch (City BBQ) / Open discussion during lunch regarding malware trends
12:00 Class begins
2:00 Scheduled break
4:30 Class concludes
This is a hands on class and a laptop is required. (you will need either strings for windows/Cygwin or regular Linux/OS X). If you attended our forensics class in April, we discussed the format for this session, which is likely the first of two or three sessions that will work towards an understanding of reverse malware engineering. The class on the 7th is the first step, and will be oriented towards assisting practitioners in covering the basics of how to handle and perform initial analyses of an unknown binary. Course will NOT cover reverse engineering or any disassembly, but will cover techniques and basic tools to let a security team member do a basic risk assessment on a binary executable or other file. Given the volume of malware, various means of delivery, and rapidly changing threats, this session will deliver relevant and critical analytical training that will be usefull to any information security team.
Cost to attend is $20, and will cover full lunch, coffee, and snacks/drinks throughout the session. This session will qualify for FOUR hours of CPE.