SAS, sweet SAS

As you may already know, we have rescheduled the SAS 2020 conference for November 18-21. However, we cannot just leave it all until November, that’s why we invite you to SAS at Home, a series of webinars scheduled to kick off very soon, on the 28th-30th of April. Read Full Article

YARA webinar follow up

If you read my previous blogpost, “Hunting APTs with YARA” then you probably know about the webinar we’ve done on March 31, 2020, After it we received a number of interesting questions and as I promised, I will try to answer them below. Read Full Article

First Annual Cyberwarcon

Cyberwarcon is a brand new event organized yesterday in Arlington, Virginia, and delivered eight hours of fantastic content. The list of speakers was diverse in their interests, from big data visualization technologies and analysis of social media misinformation campaigns, to incidents of Russian speaking APT in the US electrical grid. Read Full Article

The Festive Complexities of SIGINT-Capable Threat Actors

The 2017 VirusBulletin conference is upon us and, as in previous years, we’re taking the opportunity to dive into an exciting subject, guided by our experience from doing hands-on APT research. This year we decided to put our heads together to understand the implications that the esoteric SIGINT practice of fourth-party collection could have on threat intelligence research. Read Full Article

BSides Denver 2017

Everyone loves a decent security conference, and BSides Denver provides one with space to breathe. Folks in sunny Colorado looking for a fine local gathering found talks on advanced social engineering, APT herding, securing smart cities and more. Read Full Article