This talk will focus on using open source memory forensics tools such as Rekall or Volatility to look through memory structures and spot artifacts that are out of place. In this talk we will examine an advanced piece of malware that is built to hide from the native operating system, then examine the constructs it creates in memory and how to find them with repeatable hunting techniques. Last we will look at scaling these techniques for practical hunting across an enterprise.
Daniel Sweet joined Tanium after spending 11 years leading large scale incident response and computer forensics investigations in both the government and commercial sectors. Daniel has spent his career in positions specializing in computer forensics, threat intelligence, malware analysis, and security product development. Currently Daniel specializes in memory forensics and incident response content development at Tanium.
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