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Malware Reverse Engineering Conference 2018 (MRE- 2018)

Internet Commerce Security Laboratory (ICSL)

Monday, 2 July 2018 at 9:00 am - Tuesday, 3 July 2018 at 5:00 pm (AEST)

Malware Reverse Engineering Conference 2018 (MRE- 2018)

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The Malware Reverse Engineering Workshop 2018 (MRE-2018) is designed to link industry, law enforcement, government and academia, with a strong focus on practical results from research and development projects in malware reversing.

The conference aims to cover:

* Reverse engineering methods, analysis and algorithms

* Behavioural and attribution analysis of malware

* Impacts into the financial sector and government agencies

* Advanced monitoring schemes for malware attacks

The Malware Reverse Engineering Workshop 2018 will be hosted by the Internet Commerce Security Laboratory of Federation University Australia.

A range of exciting Plenary speakers will be included in the MRE-2018 program and further information will be provided via the ICSL website ( .

Keynote Speakers

Cory Cohen - CERT Coordination Centre, Software Engineering Institute (SEI), CMU

Topic: The Pharos Static Analysis Framework for Malicious Code Analysis

About Cory: Cory Cohen is a senior member of the technical staff at CERT Coordination Center  in the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.  In his 22 years of employment at CERT, he has handled computer intrusion incidents, been the primary author of multiple CERT vulnerability advisories, and reverse-engineered malware.  Most recently he's the lead researcher on a team focused on the automated static analysis of malware binaries. His presentation will provide an update on the latest developments in Pharos, an analysis framework built on top of the ROSE compiler infrastructure, which facilitates the static analysis of malware. 


Lorenzo Cavallaro - Reader (Associate Professor) in the Information Security Group (ISG) at Royal Holloway, University of London

Topic 1: "Towards Robust Malware Detection" 

Topic 2: "Efficient Version-Agnostic Automatic Interface Introspection for Android"

Lorenzo is a Reader (Associate Professor) in the Information Security Group (ISG) at Royal Holloway, University of London.



Name Organisation Topic
 Matt Byrne  UNSW Canberra  Malware Musings
 Federica Bisio  aizoOn  Advanced Persistent Threats

 Methusela Cebrian Ferrer

 Microsoft  Please call 1-800-Tech-Support-Scam for assistance. 

 Zahra Ghafoori

 University of Melbourne  Anomaly Detection for IoT
 Ralf Huuck  Synopsys  Software Swiss Cheese or Why We Ship Exploitable Software
 Vitali Kremez  Flashpoint  Hidden Nexus Between Necurs Spammer and Trickbot Banker Malware
 Sean Park  Trend Micro  Visual and Generative Malware Outbreak Detection Using Deep Learning
 Jonathan Oliver  Trend Micro  Discovering Massive Levels of Signing Abuse by Large Scale Clustering
 Matt Ramsey  DST Group  Testing the usefulness of Fuzzy Hashing algorithms for malware similarity.
 Noushin Shabab   Kaspersky Lab  Supply chain cyber attacks
 Vaugh Shanks & Paul Black  Cydarm  Malware Data Management for Fun & Profit
 Alex Tilley  SecureWorks  Current online criminal threats to Australia
 Stephen Tonkin  ACSC  Text Search for Malware Analysts



 Malware Reverse Engineering Conference 2018 is sponsored by Telstra and aizoOn 


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Have questions about Malware Reverse Engineering Conference 2018 (MRE- 2018)? Contact Internet Commerce Security Laboratory (ICSL)

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Telstra Conference Centre
Level 1
242 Exhibition St
Melbourne, VIC 3000

Monday, 2 July 2018 at 9:00 am - Tuesday, 3 July 2018 at 5:00 pm (AEST)

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Internet Commerce Security Laboratory (ICSL)

The Internet Commerce Security Laboratory (ICSL) is a cyber-security and analytics research laboratory at Federation University Australia. 

The ICSL team conducts research applying advanced analytic techniques to cyber-crime and big data issues for industry.

More information on the ICSL is available at

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