Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Nov 21, 2019
Duration
1h 26m
Description

In this course, Setting Up a Malware Analysis Lab, Aaron Rosenmund and Tyler Hudak discuss why you need to have your own malware analysis lab. There are variety of roles outside of reverse engineering that performs dynamic analysis of malware samples. Having the skills to identify the indicators of compromise make you invaluable to incident response and security operations teams. You will learn not only how to build a virtual machine, but also how to modify the operating system to properly trick the malware into believing it is in a safe place to detonate, what tools to use, and how to run them in your own malware analysis lab.

About the author
About the author

Tyler Hudak has more than 15 years of experience performing malware analysis, computer forensics, and incident response for multiple organizations. He loves sharing the knowledge he has gained on these topics in his presentations and classes!

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About the author

Aaron M. Rosenmund is a cyber security operations and incident response subject matter expert, with a background in federal and business system administration, virtualization and automation.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
[Autogenerated] everyone. I'm Erin Roseman, a staff author for pleural site, focused on security operations, instant response and a part time member of the Ford International Guard working in defense of cyber operations. Hey, this is Tyler. Predict I do. Incident response is my primary job. I'm a portal site author and have been analyzing Mala for a number of years. Welcome to our play by play on setting up a our analysis lab. Our authors continue to advance their methods, tactics and techniques to bay Defense is hiding your environments and steal or hold your information of ransom. The ability to identify new indicators of compromise extracted from new strains of malware released daily is now more important to the success of your security operations team and the protection of your organization that ever in this course, won't cover setting up virtual machine software to emulate a real device configuring windows to look like a realistic environment and some of the tools that were used going forward to analyze Mauer in future play by plays. But in this play by play, you should feel comfortable creating um, our sandbox and beginning dynamic analysis of our samples. You'll also be able to follow along with the play by plays the series where we're going to talk about the analysis of noon. Prolific malware samples extract indicators. Compromise for you to use toe hunt for infections in your environment. We hope you'll join us on this journey to learn how to set up in our analysis lab. It was a play by play Magic portal site.