Prof. Christopher KruegelUniversity of California, Santa Barbara,
"Automated Malware Analysis"
(Vortrag im Rahmen der "Distinguished Lecture Series" des "Max Planck Instituts für Software-Systeme")
Malicious software (malware) is an important threat and root cause of many security problems on the Internet. In this talk, I will discuss our recent efforts on malware analysis, detection, and mitigation. First, I will introduce our infrastructure to collect and analyze malicious code samples. Then, I will present techniques to improve the quality of the results produced by automated, dynamic malware analysis systems. Finally, I will discuss ways in which these results can be leveraged for the detection and mitigation of malicious code.
Bio: Christopher Kruegel is an Associate Professor and the holder of the
Eugene Aas Chair in the Computer Science Department at the University
of California, Santa Barbara. His research interests are computer and
communications security, with an emphasis on malware analysis and
detection, web security, and intrusion detection. Christopher enjoys
to build systems and to make security tools available to the
public. He has published more than 90 conference and journal
papers. Christopher is a recent recipient of the NSF CAREER Award, the
MIT Technology Review TR35 Award for young innovators, an IBM
Faculty Award, and several best paper awards.
|Montag, 01.10.2012, 11.00 Uhr
|MPI-SWS Gebäude Saarbrücken, Campus E1 5, Raum 29
|Der Vortrag wird live zum MPI-SWS Gebäude Kaiserslautern, Raum 206 übertragen.