Novel Discoveries in APT Research
When: Wednesday 5/1, 3-4PM
Where: Shriram SB35 (sub-basement) & Zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/167750053

File similarity technologies applied across petabytes of malware sets generate novel discoveries within APT research, expanding possibilities for clustering and attribution. Let's examine an overview of clustering, attribution challenges, and examples of such discoveries as supported by our own similarity engine, YARA.

Speaker Bio: Kurt Baumgartner is a Principal Security Researcher on the Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) at Kaspersky Lab. He`s worked out of Boulder, Colorado, focused on targeted attacks since 2010. He supports research efforts with reversing and analysis, and authors private APT intelligence reports and external publications.

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