Kaspersky security experts share their knowledge in the new ‘GReAT Ideas Green Tea Edition’ community talk
Woburn, MA –February 12, 2021 – Today, Kaspersky announces that it will continue its GReAT Ideas series of online events created to support the cybersecurity community and share the company’s latest threat research findings and hands-on expertise. On February 25, the “GReAT Ideas Green Tea Edition” will host experts from the Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) in Korea, Japan and Singapore, who will talk about the latest cyber-incidents, new Asia-based advanced persistent threat (APT) campaigns and give a workshop on reverse engineering.
The event details are as follows:
Event: GReAT Ideas Green Tea Edition
Time: February 25 at 9am EST
Register Here: https://kas.pr/hp6d
Panelists and Topics:
- Brian Bartholomew, principal security researcher at Kaspersky GReAT and John Hultquist, vice president of threat intelligence at FireEye
- Brian and John will discuss notable cyber-incidents that have taken place in 2021.
- Seongsu Park, senior security researcher at Kaspersky GReAT
- Seongsu will explore the ThreatNeedle malware cluster developed by Lazarus group and associated with attacks targeting the defense industry and security researchers.
- Suguru Ishimaru, security researcher at Kaspersky GReAT, with representatives of ITOCHU Corporation, TeamT5 and Macnica Networks
- This group will present their results of tracking down the activity of the A41APT campaign linked to the Chinese-speaking APT10.
- Vitaly Kamlyuk, head of Kaspersky GReAT in APAC
- During this 20-minute session, Vitaly will unpack two heavy packers, demonstrating how to handle virtualization-based packers with ease.
For more information and to register for the free webinar, please visit: https://kas.pr/hp6d
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