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FOR610 New Content "Sneak Peek"

  • Thursday, August 8th, 2013 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Jake Williams

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Overview

The SANS FOR610 author team (Lenny Zeltser and Jake Williams) are pleased to announce the expansion of the course from five to six days. While FOR610 is already an extremely hands-on course, we've added an entire extra day of hands on exercises designed to reinforce the reversing skills you've learned. The new day six is built on the extremely popular NetWars platform. The platform may be familiar, but the challenges are all new (and all malware). In this webcast, Jake will provide a sneak peek of the new platform. He'll walk you through a sample challenge and explain how to reverse engineer the payload from a malicious PDF. Jake will also announce a special contest where you can try the new platform for free. Yes, that's right: free. If you want to take your reversing skills to the next level, this is one webcast not to be missed.

Speaker Bio

Jake Williams

Jake Williams is a technical analyst with the Department of Defense (DoD) where he has over a decade of experience in systems engineering, computer security, forensics, and malware analysis. Jake has been providing technical instruction for years, primarily with HBGary, where he was the principal courseware developer and instructor for their products. He also maintains malware reverse engineering courses for CSRgroup Computer Security Consultants. Recently, he has been researching the application of digital forensic techniques to public and private cloud environments. Jake has been involved in numerous incident response events with industry partners in various consulting roles. Jake led the winning government team for the 2011 and 2012 DC3 Digital Forensics Challenge. He has spoken at numerous events, including the ISSA events, SANS @Night, the DC3 conference, Shmoocon, and Blackhat.

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