Presented by the AustCyber SA Node in partnership with aizoOn and CyberOps. Sponsored by the A3C.
About this Event
About the training
This course aims to assist Australia's cyber security industry to grow and develop its cyber analytical capabilities and skills through a unique and new Malware Analysis course designed by aizoOn and delivered by CyberOps.
The course content developed and practiced from aizoOn’s extensive global expertise is adapted to the Australian market specific characteristics by CyberOps' Co-Founder and Director, Derek Grocke.
This course will be delivered online and in-person at the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre at Lot Fourteen, Adelaide.
What can you expect to achieve from this course?
- The skills and knowledge that are fundamental to identify and track potential malware intrusions into your organisation to prevent cyber threats.
- Strengthened cyber analytical capabilities and skills to further develop your knowledge and skill base.
Course content overview
The course will cover the following topics:
- Introduction and history of malware
- Malware analysis methodologies
- Static analysis
- Dynamic analysis
- Virtual malware lab implementation
- Malware scripts
- Malware functionality overview
- Indicators of Compromise
Who should participate?
Current cyber and ICT professionals that have responsibility for operational security and infrastructure from either the private or public sector. For example, this may include a threat or exploit analyst, SOC analyst, operational analyst, incident handler, ICT infrastructure manager and/or architect.
Are there any prerequisites?
- General knowledge or experience with network administration and incident management.
- Whilst not essential, participants with some experience, skills and interest in security architecture and familiarity with common ICT infrastructure incident response tools or incident response frameworks would be advantageous.
- Day 1 | 9am - 5pm (ACST) on Wednesday 22 September
- Day 2 | 9am - 4pm (ACST) on Thursday 23 September
Lunch, a light morning tea, coffee, tea and water will be provided on both days for those participating in-person. The 45 minute lunch break will commence at 12:30pm (ACST) on both days.
- In-person delivery - $2,000 plus GST.
- Online delivery - $1,500 plus GST.
Registrations are essential.
If you are unable to attend, you must notify Jasmine Fischer on 0481 064 515 no later than 48 hours before the event otherwise you will forfeit your registration fee.
Please contact [email protected] for any event or course queries.
About the presenters/facilitators:
Derek Grocke - CyberOps (Adelaide)
An executive level technology advisor and instigator of business aligned change for more than 25 years, Derek Grocke is a highly regarded security specialist and requested public speaker within Australia. Presenting on a broad range of subjects including IT management, APRA risk & compliance, EU GDPR/AU NDB, security practices & operational programs, critical infrastructure security/architecture, IT automation/operations, process risk, banking system/e-commerce/SWIFT, standards compliance and regulatory compliance. Derek has been the Director and Co-Founder of Adelaide based cyber company, CyberOps since August 2016.
Boutique cyber security company, CyberOps, have a diverse range of offerings working with a large range of customers within Australia and internationally, from supporting small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) moving into the defence supply chain through defence readiness reviews, to assisting large corporations with vulnerability assessments, to working on the space correlation and visualisation network that supports the tracking of satellites that orbit Australia.
CyberOps recently developed and released the Australia’s first Space Cyber Framework to allow the space ecosystem to assess their security practices against established standards, thereby strengthening the ecosystems’ cyber security posture.
Supported by decades of experience in Australia and around the globe, the CyberOps team have the necessary technical expertise, business experience and communication skills to relate risks in a meaningful manner to all levels of management and executive.
aizoOn is a technology consulting company focused on innovation and operating globally. aizoOn develops and owns software product for specific strategic sectors, including Cyber Security, of which ‘aramis’ is the main platform- provided with an i-SOC managed service. Their service is based on the aggregation of appropriate technological and methodical skills and experience, combined with the appropriate governance model to implement successful projects. The aizoOn training modules provide a framework and specific activities, tools and methodologies utilised in Cyber Security.
aizoon have offices across Italy (Turin is H.Q.) Europe, Britain, the USA, Sydney since 2013, with the addition in 2019 of Adelaide located at Lot Fourteen, and Melbourne in 2020. There are aizoOn Enterprise and Government customers for product, Managed Services and solutions across Australia. A significant global customer base with the in-house expertise of over 600 employees is leveraged for delivering services - including training from Lot Fourteen to Australian course participants. Key Contact is Australian Executive - Harvey Marcus at Lot Fourteen Adelaide, E: [email protected], M: 0412 414967.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
(Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre - A3C) Level 1 Eleanor Harrald Building, Frome Road, Adelaide, Australia
AUD 1650.00 to AUD 2200.00