Windows: Detecting and Removing Malware for IT PROs

Datum
07/12/2020 - 08/12/2020
Ganztägig
Kalender-Import: iCal

Veranstaltungsort
ETC Trainingcenter
Modecenterstrasse 22, 1030 - Wien




Für dieses Seminar werden folgende Kenntnisse empfohlen:

  • The basic concepts and know-how of the product will not be covered in this course, and it is expected that attendees will already possess that knowledge.

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Detecting and removing malware for IT PROs gives the techniques and tools needed to identify and remove malware on Windows environments. The course is delivered via PowerPoint presentation, live demos, and “capturethe-flag” labs. This workshop is focusing on IT PROs, while some PowerShell understanding would be helpful, developer skills are neither a prerequisite nor will we use debugging technologies. Tools used will be mainly Windows on-board functionality as well as the Sysinternals Suite.
Dieses Seminar richtet sich an:

  • This Workshop is an advanced Workshop and is targeted for System Administrators and Security Professionals working on Windows Infrastructure.

Module 1: Introduction to Malware
• Malware Categories
• Next Generation Malware
• Forensics vs. Incident Response
Module 2: Malware Analysis
• Analysis Overview
• Static Analysis
• Dynamic Analysis
Module 3: Post-mortem Analysis: Detecting Malware using Eventlogs
• Introduction and Prerequisites: Windows Security Auditing, configuring a Baseline, Windows Eventlog Forwarding
• Analyzing Windows Security Eventlog
• AppLocker Audit Mode
• Monitoring Registry Usage
• Monitoring PowerShell Usage
• Monitoring using Sysmon
• Filtering for suspicious activities

 

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