ESET and Intel Security Researchers to Highlight Unique Malware Findings at Black Hat 2015

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ESET®, the global leader in proactive digital protection, and Intel Security, announced today that the companies will be speaking about collaborative malware research at Black Hat 2015 on Wednesday, August 5 in Las Vegas.
ESET Security Researcher Eugene Rodionov will be co-presenting with security researchers from Intel Security, a panel entitled, “Distributing the Reconstruction of High-Level Intermediate Representation for Large Scale Malware.” A malware expert, Rodionov and his colleagues will discuss how they utilized distributed reverse engineering techniques, using intermediate representation in a clustered environment, to abstract malware in challenging environments.  The presentation will include analysis of 2 million malware samples, providing insight into how to improve malware analysis efforts and threat intelligence initiatives.

What:  Distributing the Reconstruction of High-Level Intermediate Representation for Large Scale Malware

Who: Eugene Rodionov, malware researcher, ESET

Alexander Matrosov, senior security researcher, Intel Security

Rodrigo Branco, principal security researcher, Intel Security

Gabriel Negreira Barbosa, senior security researcher, Intel Security 

When: August 5, 2015 at 3 p.m. PTWhere:    South Sea GH, Mandalay Bay Resort, Las VegasAdditionally, several members of the ESET security research team will be available to discuss threat intelligence during the show. Attendees are invited to stop by ESET’s booth, #927, to learn more about their recent security discoveries and ESET’s security solutions.