SAVE THE DATE!
ECHO is organising a 2-hours workshop on cybersecurity software dedicated to IT protection
TACKLING MALWARE IN THE WILD:
CAPTURING, IDENTIFYING, REPORTING AND ASSESSING
Date: 5 October 2022 at 10:00 CET
Location: ONLINE, MS Teams
Application date: until 2 October 2022 23:59 CET
- tudents and IT enthusiasts
Course fee: free of charge
Focus of the programme
Nowadays, IT products are widely spread around the globe and they assist human beings in their daily life. From surfing on the internet to managing power plants, IT infrastructures are defining how people manage resources, workload and even spare time. Since they are very valuable and fundamental for human existence, IT infrastructures must be reliable and not prone to cyberattacks. Being able to detect and collect cyber threats easily is mandatory to guarantee proper and solid performances. Moreover, the system has to give to the user an intuitive tool to identify and report the detected cyber threat.
Alongside the Federated Cyber Range (E-FCR) and Early Warning System (E-EWS), the ECHO project has developed a set of software prototypes that address a large variety of cybersecurity issues.
We cordially invite you to participate in the third ECHO product workshop "Tackling malware in the wild". It will introduce to the participants a combination of tools for collecting cyber threats, identifying them, and reporting the result of the analysis. This workshop will focus especially on malware. The ECHO team will collect malware in the wild and process them.
Here is the timetable of the workshop:
10:00 Event opening
10:05 General ECHO project presentation focusing on prototypes
10:20 CTI - Cyber Threat Intelligence Tool presentation
10:30 MAIT - Malware Analysis and Intelligence Tool presentation
10:40 TQM - Trust and Quality Metrics Tool presentation
10:55 CTI - Cyber Threat Intelligence Tool [demo]
11:10 MAIT - Malware Analysis and Intelligence Tool [demo]
11:25 TQM - Trust and Quality Metrics Tool [demo]
11:35 Last round of questions
Organiser of the programme
The ECHO Workshop is organised by the European network of Cybersecurity centres and competence Hub for innovation and Operations (ECHO)
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The ECHO project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement no 830943.