Practical workshop on malware analysis
Venue: Hilton Sofia, room Aleko, 1 Bulgaria Boulevard, 1421 Sofia, Bulgaria
Date: June 10 | Start time: 13:30
Analyzing common ways of modern malware delivery
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General conditions:
  • Participation in the worksop is free for attendees
  • The workshop is held in English
  • Attendees should work at own laptops
  • Number of attendees is limited
  • The organizer reserves the right to accept or reject the registration, as well as request additional information
About workshop:
Malware is becoming progressively sophisticated, and with many delivery methods and increasingly advanced phishing campaigns, it is not always easy to detect or avoid it. Group-IB has created a unique workshop that combines theory and practice and covers the following applied topics:
  • Common malware delivery methods used by modern APT groups
  • Tools for analyzing malicious documents
  • Malware analysis practice"
About trainer:
Roman Rezvukhin
Senior Malware Research Specialist, Group-IB

Roman Rezvukhin has been working at Group-IB for five years and specializes in malware reverse engineering. He participates in incident response in financial and other organizations in Russia and Europe. Roman holds a degree in Information Security in Automated Systems.
Group-IВ is one of the global leaders in preventing and investigating high-tech crimes and online fraud
15 years
of experience in preventing and investigating hi-tech crimes
successful investigations of high-profile cybercrimes worldwide
$300 mln
was returned to our clients due
to Group-IB's efforts

Official Interpol
and Еuropol partner
Recommended by the Organization
for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
According to Forrester and Gartner,
Group-IB Threat Intelligence is among the best services in the world

Leader of the Russian Threat Intelligence Market according to IDC report