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Top 8 Reasons You Don’t Want to Miss SAS 2017

If you’ve never been to SAS, ask around. You really are missing out on the best security conference in the industry – and event where the best connections are made, high-quality discoveries are shared in a fun, casual atmosphere.

Dissecting Malware

From March 30 through April 2, 2017, one of them — Principal Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab Nicolas Brulez — will deliver a course on the subject he has been training people around the world on for 12 years, malware reverse engineering.

How to succeed in online investigations and digital forensics

Maltego, the tool best known for deep data mining and link analysis, has helped law enforcement, intelligence agencies and others in security-related work since it was released in 2008. To benefit from using Maltego, come to SAS 2017 for intensive Digital Intelligence Gathering training from the experts who created the tool from scratch: there won’t be any questions that they can’t answer.

How to hunt for rare malware

At SAS 2017, Global Director of GReAT Costin Raiu and Principal Security Researchers Vitaly Kamluk and Sergey Mineev will provide Yara training for incident response specialists and malware researchers, who need an effective arsenal for finding malware.

Caribbean scuba diving with IT-security in mind

Dare to submit your research proposal before December 1, 2016 to dive into undiscovered and uncharted cybercrimes, hacks, espionage and much more at the Security Analyst Summit.

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