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:
Dear readers, what have you been doing? Yesterday, OCT/23, it happened the second day of the amazing Hacker to Hackers Conference (H2HC).
I had the opportunity of teaching a quick talk about Memory Analysis and a lecture about Malware Anti-Forensics. My attendees were amazing, very interested and we have a great moment. Few photos follow below:
I am extremely proud of taking part and, as I’ve already told previously, the H2HC is my second home.
Dear readers, yesterday (Saturday, OCT/22) I had the opportunity to meet one of the greatest malware researches around the world: Alex Mastrosov. He is an amazing, excellent and humble person. Few photos with Alex follow below:
Really, I have an outstanding time during my short conversation with him. Thank you for the attention so much, Alex.
Dear readers, how are you? Finally, yesterday the Hacker to Hackers 2016 started and, doubtless, it is my favorite event! During the first day, there were several amazing talks. Personally, I taught about “Malwares – Few tricks” during an one-hour talk. Few photos follow below:
During the day 2, I am talking during a workshop about Volatility (and other stuffs) and I am teaching another lecture about Malware Anti-Forensics techniques. Stay tuned!
My talk was a very introductory lecture about malware infection on Linux systems with duration of 45 minutes. I was surprised because, though most audience were DBAs (therefore, they are not deeply involved with the security area), they were interested in learning this topic and we enjoyed so much. Honestly, it is easy talking to experienced professionals.
Yesterday (APRIL/07/2016), I spoke at UnG (Universidade de Guarulhos – Guarulhos University) about Introduction to Malware Analysis. Honestly, I had a great time with many students and teachers attending the lecture. It follows the certificate which I earned from the UnG:
Once more, thank you to everybody from UnG for the generosity and kindness during my lecture.
Dear readers, what have you been doing? Continuing my project of talking about IT Security in universities, it follows below the certificate that I earned for my speak at UNISA:
Once more, I am available to talk about IT Security (Hacking, Malware Detection, Malware Analysis, Digital Forensics and Software Exploitation) in universities and companies without charging any fee. If you are interested, send me an e-mail to alexandreborges [at] alexandreborges [dot] org.
Dear readers, how are you? Few weeks ago, I spoke about “Security Aspects in the Software Engineering” to excellent postgraduate students from Software Engineering course at PUC (Pontifícia Universidade Católica) University in Sao Paulo. It follows my certificate:
I keep my mission which is to talk about modern security topics to universities and companies without charging anything. If you are interested, send me an e-mail: alexandreborges [at] alexandreborges [dot] org.
Dear readers, what have you been doing? I am speaking about Information Security on SEP/12 at FATEC Rubens Lara, in Santos/SP. Honestly, I am honored by opportunity to help and incentivate students to track this interesting area. The topics which I am speaking are:
Malwares and Best Practices
Certification and Career
I want to thank teachers Marco Simões, Eliana Rodrigues and Rosemeire Vidal by the invitation.