Lecture about Malware Analysis at Unimonte university

Dear readers, good day. Last OCT/25 I taught a lecture about Malware Analysis at Unimonte university. As usual, all students (and teachers!) very interested in learning this fascinating world from IT security. Photos follow:

 

I hope you have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

Lecture about Malware Analysis at UniSantos University

Hi readers..how are you? Last week, in OCT/18, I taught a lecture about Malware Analysis in the UniSantos University. We have a good time during the talk. Few photos follow:

The experience was great and I hope I have helped few students encouraging them to study about malwares.

Have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

Lecture about Malware Analysis at PUCC (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas)

Dear readers, what have you been doing? Last Thursday (SEP/15) I taught a lecture about Malware Analysis at PUCC. Few photos follow below:

Honestly, it was a great talk because students were very interested in learning and they made several amazing questions. Furthermore, PUCC is the university  where  I graduated, so it is special for me.

I hope you have a nice day. See you soon.

Alexandre Borges.

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

Lecture about Malware Analysis at USCS (Universidade São Caetano do Sul)

Dear readers, how are you? Few photos about my lecture on Malware Analysis at USCS follow:

I hope students continue studying and interested in learning about the most fascinating IT Security area that is Malware Analysis.

Have a nice day and see you soon.

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

Oracle Open World Latin America 2016 – Hunting malwares in the memory in the Oracle Linux 7.x

Dear readers, how are you? Last week I spoke about “Hunting malwares in the memory in the Oracle Linux 7.x” at Oracle Open World 2016 Latin America. Few photos from my session follow:

Personally, I liked this event so much because there were many interested people in learning and discovering how it is possible to detect an infection on the memory in the Oracle Linux 7.x.

I haven’t decided it yet, but eventually I will put slides out. Stay tuned!

Have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

BSIDES LATAM 2016 – Hunting Malwares on the Memory

Dear readers, how are you? Yesterday, June/12, I taught a lecture titled “Hunting malwares on the memory” in BSIDES Latin America 2016. It follows few photos:

I am proud of having taken part of the first BSIDES LATAM 2016 for three reasons:

  1. Attendees from my lectures were amazing. They were smart, very interested and made good questions.
  2. Ponai Rocha (one of the organizers) was very polite and an outstanding host.
  3. BSIDES LATAM is a technical event with few vendors and quite really interesting lectures taught by experts.

Honestly, I hope my attendees have learned and gotten motivated to study a bit more about Malware and Memory Analysis.

I hope you have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges.

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

Lecture about Malware and Memory Forensics Analsysis at UniSanta University

Dear readers, how are you? Yesterday (MAY/18), I taught a new lecture about Malware and Memory Analysis at UniSanta University. Few photos follow below:

It was a fantastic lecture where I could show a deeper memory forensic analysis than I did in other talks.

I hope you have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)