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Intezer

Intezer

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Intezer is replicating the concepts of the biological immune system into cyber security, offering enterprises unparalleled malware analysis and accelerated incident response.
Intezer provides a fast, in-depth understanding of any file by mapping its code DNA at the ‘gene’ level -- offering the most advanced level of malware detection and analysis. By identifying the origins of every piece of code, Intezer is able to detect code reuse from known malware, as well as code that was seen in trusted applications.
Intezer was founded by experienced cyber security professionals, including the founder of CyberArk and the former head of IDF Incident Response Team.

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Intezer Seminars

  • Code Re-Use Analysis: The Forgotten Component of Your Incident Response Plan Thu 4th Oct 13:40 - 14:10

    Code Re-Use Analysis: The Forgotten Component of Your Incident Response Plan

    In the software development world, engineers frequently use ready-made code for various tasks. On the darker side of things, malware authors follow in the same path, why write your own code when existing code is prevalent and easy to use. A phenomenon that we see time and time again and one that proves beneficial in detecting malicious intent, if understood correctly.

    In this session we will demonstrate how finding code reuse of known malware with Intezer Analyze enables you to improve malware detection and analysis.

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    Ari Eitan

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    Thu 4th Oct 13:40 to 14:10

    Advanced Threat Prevention Theatre

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The untapped potential of malware classification
Malware classifcation, which encompasses both the identification and attribution of code, has the power to unlock many clues that aid security teams in achieving this. Such clues provide a greater understanding of potential adversaries.

The untapped potential of malware classification.pdf 1.07 MB


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