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    About the Advanced Malware Analysis Programme

    A unique hands-on advanced training programme in Malware Analysis for
    experienced professionals who wish to master the field.

    In this course you will get a deep understanding of the inner workings, the building blocks and the understanding of malware infection kill chain, the ability to defeat anti-analysis malware protection mechanisms, the ability to fight packed malware to the death to eventually unpack them to fully reverse engineer them. Finally, you will learn many tips and tricks that are based on many years of experience in order to reverse engineer malware in the right way with the right mindset.
    At the end of the course, you will master the creed of malware reverse engineering.

    Date:
    TBD
    Phone:
    ‭+972(0)36122831
    Tuition Fees:
    Ask our staff
    Program Duration:
    5 days
    Academic hours:
    40 hours
    Program Format:
    The course will be over 5 consecutive days. There will be 40 hours of in-class lectures (5 days), and 80 hours of homework assignments. Lectures are held frontally in Sukhumvit, Bangkok. The program opens about 2-3 times a year
    Certifications:
    Advanced Malware Analyst
    Target Audience:
    IT professionals and code developers who want to gain the fundamentals of the technical skills and methodological aspects and best practices in MA
    Entry Requirements:
    Knowledge of English | Knowledge of IT and Operating Systems | Working knowledge of Networking | Working Knowledge of Linux Terminal | Ideally Knowledge in Python/C/ASM/Ruby

    Homework Assignments:
    80 Hours

    About See-Security

    See Security College is a highly specialised and international cybersecurity college. One of seven colleges of its kind, our college offers training programmes aimed for absolute beginners to more advanced professionals. The college delivers its study programs worldwide, through the See Security International brand as well as well-known governmental and special cybersecurity agencies.

    See-Security CEO, Mr. Avi Weissman is one of the leaders of the Israeli Cyber industry and serves as an advisor and commentator to the Israeli government for the regulation of cyber professions. Further, Mr. Weissman was the co-founder of the Israeli Forum for Information Security (IFIS) together with Maj. Gen. (Res.) and former head of National Security Council, Yaakov Amidror. In addition to his role in leading the college, Avi is also a co-CEO of a cyber human resources company, See-HR and a cybersecurity consulting company, See Events – Managed SIEM/SOC.

    Target Audience

    This course is primarily aimed at Malware Analysts who wish to get a better understanding of the inner mechanisms of malware. It is also suitable for IT security professionals, Digital Forensics experts as well as others with the passion and eagerness to discover and learn new topics

    Entry Requirements

    You will not be tested on these requirements for enrolment. However, we emphasize that without background knowledge it will be difficult to keep up with materials covered throughout the course and even more challenging to pass the exams and assignments. The following are required:
    • Basic understanding of networking: TCP/IP, Routing, Forwarding.
    • Reading and understanding code.
    • Basic understanding of Windows Server and Linux Shell commands.
    • Basic understanding of x86 Assembly, C and Python.
    • Basic understanding of well-known protocols such as HTTP/HTTPS, DNS, SMTP, FTP, SSH.
    • PC/MAC with Intel i5/i7/i9 CPU, 16GB of RAM and SSD storage.
    • Local administrator account is a must.
    • VMware Workstation/Fusion installed.

    Our Lecturer

    Uriel Kosayev

    Uriel is a cybersecurity researcher, founder of TRIOX and former researcher at the IDF. Founder of communities such as Caliber-Training and MalwareAnalysis.co., Uriel has a broad experience in Digital Forensics, Malware Analysis, Penetration Testing and Reverse Engineering. Uriel Joined our team in 2019 and serves as a lecturer in a variety of programmes.