Malware and Reverse Engineering Conference, 3-4 July 2017, MelbournePosted: Wednesday 21 June 2017
Malware and Reverse Engineering Conference (MRE-2017)
3 – 4 July 2017, Melbourne
Following the success of previously held workshops, Dr Iqbal Gondal, Research Director, Internet Commerce Security Laboratory (ICSL), is pleased to announce the Malware Reverse Engineering Conference (MRE-2017) will be held on 3 and 4 July 2017 at the Telstra Conference Centre, 242 Exhibition Street, Melbourne.
MRE-2017 is designed to link industry, law enforcement, government and academia, having a strong focus on practical results from research and development projects in malware reversing. The conference aims to cover:
- Reverse engineering methods, analyses and algorithms
- Behavioural and attribution analysis of malware
- Impacts into the financial sector and government agencies
- Advanced monitoring schemes for Malware attacks
A range of exciting Plenary speakers are presenting at the MRE-2017 program, including:
Maciej Kotowicz, Principal Reverse Engineer at CERT.pl
Maciej has special interest in reverse engineering and exploit development, as well as automation.
David Korczynski, University of Oxford
David Korczynski is a researcher with the Department of Computer Science at University of Oxford. His research areas are malicious software, formal methods and program analysis.
Randy Stanger, The National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA), USA
Randy Stanger is Team Lead and Acting Program Manager for Malware and Cyber Threats Program. The National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) is a non-profit corporation founded in 2002, focused on identifying, mitigating, and neutralizing cyber crime threats globally.
Registration: MRE2017 Registration
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