Malware attacks have been some of the most devastating cyber attacks over the last few years. With the prevalence of malware-as-a-service delivering ransomware, remote access Trojan tools and other exploits that seek to steal either computer resources for mining crypto currencies or intellectual property, malware is rife.
This course will teach you the methodology of reverse engineering malware and to understand what these exploits are seeking to achieve, thus informing you of the best post-breach and mitigation strategies for your organisation. In addition, it’s a very interesting area of study and will provide you with the foundation skills to succeed in an exciting and fast-moving sector of the cyber security industry.
This course is open to everyone; however, it is of particular interest to those who work, or wish to work, in an incident response capacity in the cyber security field.
A certificate of attendance will be awarded to attendees who successfully complete all elements of the course.
No assessment is included in this course.
This is a foundation course and is fast paced, but it is open to everyone. A basic understanding of operating system kernel functions as well as software and how it is compiled would be advantageous, but some pre-reading will be suggested to provide foundation knowledge for all attendees.