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What's New in the FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware Analysis Course in 2017?

  • Friday, June 9th, 2017 at 3:30 PM EDT (19:30:00 UTC)
  • Lenny Zeltser
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Overview

SANS course FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware has undergone a major revamp in 2017. The refreshed materials introduce new malware analysis tools, fresh samples and additional techniques to better prepare you to examine modern-day malicious software. In this brief webcast, primary course author and SANS senior instructor Lenny Zeltser explains these changes and what they mean to students. Tune into this session to assess whether now is the right time for you to attend this course, which has taught many security professionals to turn malware inside-out.

For more information about FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware course or for next course runs, please visit sans.org/FOR610

Speaker Bio

Lenny Zeltser

Lenny Zeltser is a seasoned business leader with extensive experience in information technology and security. As a product management director at NCR Corporation, he focuses on safeguarding IT infrastructure of small and mid-size businesses world-wide. Before NCR, Lenny led the enterprise security consulting practice at a major IT hosting provider. He also teaches digital forensics and malware courses for the SANS Institute, where he is a senior faculty member. In addition, Lenny is a Board of Directors member at SANS Technology Institute and a volunteer incident handler at the Internet Storm Center.

Lenny's expertise is strongest at the intersection of business, technology, and information security practices and includes incident response, cloud services, and product management. He frequently speaks at conferences, writes articles, and has co-authored books on network security and malicious software defenses. Lenny is one of the few individuals in the world who've earned the prestigious GIAC Security Expert designation. He has an MBA degree from MIT Sloan and a Computer Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

You can learn more about Lenny's projects on his personal website and blog.

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