The Scourge of Commodity MalwareAssaf Dahan of Cybereason Analyzes Techniques
Assaf Dahan, head of threat research for Cybereason, describes why most malware can be attributed to a small number of techniques.
In a video interview at the recent Infosecurity Europe conference, Dahan discusses:
- The chain delivery model for malware;
- An increase in targeted malware delivery;
- The growing problem of cybercrime collaboration.
Dahan, head of threat research for Cybereason, has more than 13 years of offensive and defensive cybersecurity experience. Prior to joining Cybereason, he led Ernst and Young's red team in Israel and developed penetration testing methodologies. He's an alumnus of the Israeli Intelligence Corps' Unit 8200.