Advanced Cyber Threat Services (ACTS, formerly Foundstone) developed this course,Forensics and Incident Response Education Analyzing Malware (FIRE-AM), to better prepare the student to respond to malware incidents in a structured and effective way. Students should learn how to build a lab environment for the safe handling and analysis of malware samples in a structured way. Popular malware file formats and techniques will be discussed, as well as anti-forensics, anti-sandbox, and other evasion techniques and defenses of malware will be reviewed. The lessons learned during this classcan aid in digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) by equipping your team with a robust malware analysis capability, a required component of a proactive threat hunting program.
12/14/2021 - 12/17/2021 Time Zone : (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Seats Remaining : 3 Venue : Virtual Student / Remote Classroom 2 [TEAMS] Address : Collaborative lecture via web-conference,- Hands-on labs in the cloud,USA
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Number of Vouchers Needed: 28
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