Over the last decade signature based approaches have been the de facto standards for threat detection and prevention. With the rise of polymorphism, obfuscation and targeted attacks, new techniques have become increasingly necessary. Come and hear how some of these methods work (both good and bad) and what you should be looking for in an advanced malware solution.
About Christopher Newman
Christopher Newman is a Solutions Architect in the Advanced Technologies Group at McAfee/Intel Security. He has worked at McAfee for 8 years primarily focused on web security and more recently on data protection and advanced persistent threats. Previous to his current job he worked in the consulting organization as a web architect and deployed web security solutions at over 100 organizations across 4 continents and over 2.5 million users. He currently specializes in a variety of technologies including web security, SSO and cloud applications, sandboxing, malware analysis and other technologies relevant to the ever-changing threat and protection landscape.