*** Please note our new chapter meeting location: Thompson Conference Center
2405 Robert Dedman Dr., Austin, Texas 78712 ***
Malware Reverse Engineering
Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
This presentation will cover several ways that malware can be reverse engineered and the different levels of engineering. During the presentation the various reverse engineering tools such as Responder Pro and IDA Pro will be used in a demonstration.
You know how dangerous malware can actually be. Recall how the Wanna Cry and the Petya attacks disrupted business on a global scale.
One thing is for certain, every company and organization is a target, all data is a target, and everyone is at risk. Learn more about what makes malware tick and more ways to protect your organizations’ data.
Former Chief Information Security Scientist
As the former Chief Information Security Scientist of WholeSecurity, one of Fortune Magazine’s Top 25 Breakout Companies in 2005, Michael was fundamental in creating the patent-pending behavioral technologies that drive the company’s endpoint security solutions.
Mr. Vien has over 20 years of experience in Information Technology including networking, system administration, and development, with a focus on Information Security for most of that time.
Mr. Vien has performed penetration tests, network design/implementations, and application development for some of the largest corporations in the world including Exxon Mobil, Ericsson, Sprint, and Abbott Laboratories. Mr. Vien has spent a considerable amount of time researching and developing viruses and Trojan horses to aid in his understanding of these types of threats, the result of which has made him a foremost expert in the field of malicious code. Accordingly his vast experience in the fields of Information Security, Identity Theft, Phishing, and Malicious Code, have lead to Mr. Vien being asked to speak frequently on these topics for a variety of public as well as government forums and panels.
Mr. Vien has also performed consulting services for over 35 US government agencies. In addition, Mr. Vien has developed and taught various classes on Information Security for a number of Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Vien also developed the Attack and Penetration Methodologies for Sprint E-Solutions, including teaching this methodology to Sprint security personnel.
Note our new 3 tier ticket pricing model:
$20 Early Registration ticket deadline ends Sunday February 11, 2018
$25 General Registration ticket deadline ends Wednesday February 14, 2018
$35 Late Registration starts Thursday February 15, 2018
March 20, John Simone from Dell, “Cyber Security Risk as a Component of Business Risk (Bridging the Gap With Business/C-Suite/Board).”
April 17, Cheri Holman from MakeImpactAtWork about job/career growth.
May 15, Ricky Allen from Critical Start, “Spring Cleaning.” NOTE: Ricky was scheduled to be our January speaker but was postponed due to the weather.
June 19, Lewis Bolla from NowSecure, “Mobile Application Security.”
July 17, Brett Young from Leidos, “Defending the Industrial Cloud.”
August 21, Rick Handley from Schlumberger, “How to Protect Your Company During a Merger.”
About the Chapter
Developing and connecting cybersecurity leaders in Austin.
The Capitol of Texas chapter of the International Systems Security Association (ISSA) is the largest and oldest chapter in Austin dedicated to advancing individual growth, managing technology risk and protecting critical information and infrastructure.