Celebrating its 22nd year, Black Hat USA 2019 will open its doors in Las Vegas on August 3, 2019, with four days of technical training, followed by a two-day conference. FireEye will be present throughout the event, delivering training courses and briefing sessions and hosting visitors in the FireEye booth (#504) in the Business Hall.Learn More
FireEye will lead four training sessions for attendees with varying skill levels. FireEye experts will lead these classes, built on a series of hands-on labs, presentation notes and practical advice, and guaranteed to impart valuable information vital to a cyber security professional’s success.
Windows Enterprise Incident Response is an intensive two-day course for beginner and intermediate level attendees to learn the fundamental investigative techniques needed to respond to today’s landscape of threat actors and intrusion scenarios
For those who want to learn more about APIs and techniques used to perform common malicious functionality, join our four-day Advanced Red Teaming Techniques - Malware Authoring And Repurposing course.
The Malware Analysis Master Course is a four-day training session aimed at the more experienced malware analyst and focusing on advanced topics related to combating malware defense mechanisms.
In contrast, the Malware Analysis Crash Course is a two-day course aimed at beginner level attendees and will provide a rapid, practical, hands-on introduction to the tools and methodologies used to perform malware analysis on executables found on Windows systems.
Briefing sessions at Black Hat will present cutting-edge research on information security risks and trends. Our international team of security experts will share their latest findings, open-source tools and zero day exploits. Paging All Windows Geeks – Finding Evil in Windows 10 Compressed Memory is a briefing session delivered by the FireEye FLARE team that will focus on the undocumented structures and algorithms involved in the memory compression implementation in Windows 10.