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Lessons Learned from Analyzing Terabytes of Malware - Wes Widner (BSides Augusta 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Lessons Learned from Analyzing Terabytes of Malware
Wes Widner

Analyzing large sets of data provides us with insight that helps us focus our limited resources more efficiently. I want to share with you what I’ve learned by processing terabytes of malware. In this talk I want to help you figure out the most efficient way to spend your limited time resource analyzing the malware that’s most relevant to you. Whether that’s the newest and most interesting malware for pure research purposes or whether that’s defending a network against the most common types of attack.

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