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How to Identify Hidden & Destructive Objects in Your Environment

  • Tuesday, August 27th, 2019 at 10:30 AM EDT (14:30:00 UTC)
  • Tomislav Pericin, Tyson Whitten
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  • Reversing Labs

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Overview

Evasive and hard to find malware is the new standard. Obfuscated, polymorphic whatever the technique, it's a problem that can't go unaddressed. Security teams need better visibility into high priority threats, and that means they need more than what traditional security layers can provide.

Research data suggests 98 percent of malware uses at least one evasive tactic, and approximately a third of that layer on six or more detection evasion techniques.

Attend our webinar hosted by Tomislav Pericin, Chief Software Architect & Founder at Reversing Labs, and Tyson Whitten, VP Marketing at Reversing Labs, to hear how new intelligence, analysis and techniques can:

  • More accurately detect these complex threats and destructive objects.
  • Speed file analysis and deliver actionable intel at scale to improve automation.
  • Seamlessly integrate across the enterprise to share insights and bring better risk visibility.

We'll also share recent examples of Email Phishing and Software Supply Chain attacks, and how destructive object insights have played a role in detecting and responding to these attacks.

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