ISSUE 37 (March 2013)
Malware analysts
ISSUE 37
Issue 37 Contributors
Bogdan Botezatu
Senior E-Threat Analyst at Bitdefender
Amy Burrell
Training Manager at Perpetuity Training
Brian Honan
Owner of BH Consulting, Founder of Ireland’s national CERT
Dan Kuykendall
Co-CEO and CTO of NT OBJECTives
Michael S. Oberlaender
Security executive
Steve Pate
Co-founder and CTO at HighCloud Security

Malware analysts

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Table of contents

  • Becoming a malware analyst
  • Review: Nipper Studio
  • Five questions for Microsoft’s Chief Privacy Officer
  • Application security testing for AJAX and JSON
  • Penetrating and achieving persistence in highly secured networks
  • Report: RSA Conference 2013
  • Social engineering: An underestimated danger
  • Review: Hacking Web Apps
  • Improving information security with one simple question
  • Security needs to be handled at the top
  • 8 key data privacy considerations when moving servers to the public cloud

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