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FireEye is the world leader in combating advanced malware, zero-day and targeted attacks that bypass traditional defenses, such as firewalls, IPS and antivirus.

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Tales from the Crypt: Reversing Malware with the FLARE Team Matt Graeber, Staff Reverse Engineer, Dimiter Andonov, Staff Reverse Engineer Join FireEye Labs Advanced Reverse Engineering (FLARE) team members Matt Graeber and Dimiter Andonov for another exciting deep dive on new malware case studies found during Mandiant investigations. FLARE is dedicated to malware analysis and the development of tools to assist reverse engineering. The two malware they’ll dissect as part of this interactive discussion include:

1.Steganogram Shellcode Backdoor - The malware is a downloader and launcher that uses steganography to extract shellcode, commands, and data from PNG images. Which results in advanced modular backdoor capable of collecting wide range information related to the compromised system and executing even more shellcode!
2.Hybrid 32/64-bit Malware - The malware mixes 32-bit and 64-bit code to inject into the explorer.exe process depending upon the target architecture. We’ll show how this broke our malware tools and our solution.

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Apr 7 2015 5:00 pm
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  • Your adversaries are people: creative, nimble and persistent. They can bypass conventional security deployments almost at will, breaching systems in a wide swatch of industries and geographies.

    Technology alone will not defeat a determined attacker. You need a strategic defense partner that combines the most advanced technology platform with the leading cyber security expertise and the latest global threat intelligence from around the world. FireEye as a Service (FaaS) does exactly this, and allows you to detect, prevent, analyze, and respond to security incidents in minutes rather than months.

    Join FireEye, VP, CTO - Americas Josh Goldfarb, as he explores:

    - The current state of cybersecurity and the new threat landscape
    - The failure of traditional defense models in the face of a new adversary
    - The value of an Adaptive Defense strategy and working with a trusted partner
    - Real-world case studies

    As always, we will save plenty of time for Q&A. Be sure to register now to take part in this critical webinar.
  • Well-maintained perimeter defenses are a key part of any security strategy. Organizations increasingly recognize that they must also complement their perimeter defenses with strong forensics capabilities to investigate and analyze attacks. When attacked, an enterprise needs to be able to rapidly investigate and determine the scope and impact of the incident so they can effectively contain the threat and secure their network.
    In interactive this session, you will learn about:
    • The key use cases for network forensics
    • The typical organization that acquires network forensics technologies
    • How FireEye Enterprise Forensics enables the proper response to today’s cyber attacks
  • FireEye recently released a new report that documents how and why governments around the world are turning to the cyber domain as a cost-effective way to spy on other countries, steal technology, and even wage war.

    Whether it’s sensitive military, diplomatic, or economic information, governments depend on the integrity of their data. If that data falls into the wrong hands, the consequences could be severe.

    In the wake of two apparent state- and government-sponsored attacks, APT1 and APT28, government agencies must understand why they are in attackers’ crosshairs, what attackers might be seeking, and how they can protect themselves.

    Join us for a dynamic discussion with subject matter experts where you will learn:

    •What makes your government-related organization an appealing target – whether you’re a political opponent, business, agency or vendor
    •Why it’s important to determine who could be planning an attack, their motives, and how they might carry out their goals
    •How to assess your level of preparedness and how to protect yourself if you are not ready for this new era of cyber warfare
  • FireEye recently released a new report “Behind the Syrian Conflict’s Digital Frontlines” that documents a well-executed hacking operation that successfully breached the Syrian opposition.

    Between at least November 2013 and January 2014, the hackers stole a cache of critical documents and Skype conversations revealing the Syrian opposition’s strategy, tactical battle plans, supply needs, and troves of personal information and chat sessions. This data belonged to the men fighting against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces as well as media activists, humanitarian aid workers, and others within the opposition located in Syria, the region and beyond.

    We have only limited indications about the origins of this threat activity. Our research revealed multiple references to Lebanon both in the course of examining the malware and in the avatar’s social media use. While we do not know who conducted this hacking operation, if this data was acquired by Assad’s forces or their allies it could confer a distinct battlefield advantage.

    Join us for a roundtable discussion with subject matter experts where we’ll talk about the details of the report and explore surrounding topics, to include:

    • An overview of the conflict in Syria and why cyber-espionage is an increasingly important factor
    • An in-depth analysis of a critical breach of the Syrian opposition including an overview of the tools and techniques used by the threat actors

    All webinar attendees will receive a free copy of the new Syrian report. Register today!
  • From Cryptolocker to the Apple iOS vulnerability, there have been numerous high-profile breaches in 2014. With the ever-changing threat landscape and advanced cyber attacks showing no sign of slowing down, organizations need to be prepared as we head into 2015.

    Join our live webinar where Bryce Boland, CTO for Asia Pacific at FireEye, will share top, global security predictions and challenges for 2015. In this webinar:
    •Find out the top 10 security predictions for 2015 and how they impacts organizations
    •Discover the data that drove these predictions
    •Learn about key strategies to take a proactive stance against advanced attacks
  • This week FireEye released a new report called Hacking the Street? FIN4 Likely Playing the Market. This report focuses on a targeted threat group that we call FIN4 (Financially Motivated Group 4), whose tactics are surprisingly low-tech yet insidiously effective at obtaining access to confidential discussions at the highest levels of targeted companies. Our research suggests that FIN4 is likely targeting these companies in order to obtain advance knowledge of “market catalysts,” or events that cause the price of stocks to rise or fall dramatically.

    Join us for a roundtable discussion with subject matter experts where we’ll talk about the details of the report and explore surrounding topics, to include:

    • A deep dive into FIN4’s tactics and why they are simple yet surprisingly effective
    • How FIN4 may be monitoring insider communications for a trading advantage
    • Why FIN4 is different from other threat groups FireEye tracks
    • A profile of organizations at risk, and what they can do to protect themselves.

    All webinar attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the Hacking the Street? report.
  • FireEye just released a report called APT28: A Window Into Russia's Cyber Espionage Operations? The report focuses on a targeted threat group that we call APT28 (Advanced Persistent Threat group 28) and details ongoing, focused operations that we believe indicate a government sponsor - most likely the Russian government.

    Join us for a roundtable discussion with Russian security expert, Edward Lucas of The Economist, and Jen Weedon, Manager of Threat Intelligence at FireEye.

    Discussion topics will include:

    •Russia's intentions and motivations in cyberspace
    •Whether APT28's activity supports Russia's geopolitical strategy
    •How Russian and Chinese network operations compare
    •Which organizations and agencies are most at risk
  • The cyber threat landscape is dramatically evolving, but one thing is certain – attackers are becoming more and more sophisticated, and most organizations are struggling to keep pace. In a recent IANS and FireEye survey, security practitioners and decision makers share their perspective on the type of attackers they’re dealing with, how they’re responding to the growing threat, and the effect on organizations that have experienced a breach.

    Join FireEye’s Chief Security Strategist (Forensics Group) Josh Goldfarb, and Dave Shackleford, IANS Lead Faculty, as they discuss:
    •The kinds of products and controls most organizations are implementing
    •What new technologies security teams are focusing on, and
    •How security budgets are changing to align with security’s growing importance to the enterprise

    This is one hour you will not want to miss!
  • In this webinar, our experts will present one practical case of such attacks called "Sidewinder Targeted Attack." It targets victims by intercepting location information reported from ad libs, which can be used to locate targeted areas such as a CEO's office or some specific conference rooms. When the target is identified, "Sidewinder Targeted Attack" exploits popular vulnerabilities in ad libs, such as JavaScript-binding-over-HTTP or dynamic-loading-over-HTTP.

    Join us for this for this live session to learn:
    •How a Sidewinder Targeted Attack can disrupt and hijack the network where targeted victims reside
    •The risks of remote attacks on Android devices through apps downloaded from Google Play
    •Different forms of attacks to Android vulnerabilities
    •Current trends and best practices around mobile security
  • Taking on security needs at a new organization can be complicated as you learn what’s currently in place, where the gaps are and the best way to drive change in your new organization. Get helpful guidance, beyond the technical details, from an experienced change agent.

    This talk will discuss some of the ways in which security can be approached as a business process, rather than as an enigma, including:

    •Your first 30 days: fame and foibles when taking over a new
    security program
    •Gauging your business executives: how to talk with senior
    business leaders and classify their responses to security in order
    to make your relationship more effective
    •Show me the money: how to review a security budget and quickly
    match it up against your new organization's risk profile
    •Finding strategic partners: a litmus test for discussions with key
    vendors to figure out who to trust and who is selling you a bridge

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