A Malware Analyst is a highly specialized reverse-engineer, programmer and detective. They accomplish their task by using various tools and expert level knowledge to understand not only what a particular piece of malware can do but also how it does it. Becoming a Malware Analyst requires a large amount of focus and discipline, as well as training and practice of the inner workings of computer systems, programming methodologies in multiple languages. A malware analyst must have a keen mind for solving puzzles and connecting the dots.
This program presents malware analysis tools and techniques.
Understanding the capabilities of malware is critical to an organization’s ability to respond to information security incidents and produce threat intelligence.
The Malware Analyst training program can help incident Responders, Cyber security Architects, and IT administrators gain the skills to observe malicious programs that target and infect systems.
The training provides the ability to perform reverse-engineering of malicious software using system and network monitoring utilities, disassemblers, debuggers, and other tools useful for turning the malware inside-out.
See Security College is a highly specialized and international cyber-security college. Our college is one of seven colleges of its kind in the world and deals with cyber-security exclusively, by using education methodologies
which were designed for state and formal agencies.
The college delivers its study programs worldwide, through the See Security
International brand as well as through wellknown cyber-security agencies dealing with cyber-defence exportation.
See-Security Technologies CEO, Mr. Avi Weissman is one of the leaders in the Israeli Cyber industry, and serves as an advisor and commentator to the Israeli government on the regulation of cyber professions standards.
In addition, Mr. Weissman is the founder of the Israeli Forum for Information Security (IFIS) together with Maj. Gen. (Res.) and former head of National Security Council, Yaakov Amidror. He is also a co-CEO of cyber human resources company, See-HR, cyber security consulting company, See Consulting Cyber and in the international cyber security college, See Security International.
The Malware Analyst program requires prior knowledge in system and network administration, and preferably a familiarity with cyber security tools, general knowledge of Information security or Incident Response.
Attendance in at least 80% of lectures.
At the end of every module, there will be an examination and/or an assignment. Students must obtain an average of at least 70%. There
is a possibility to take a make-up exam.
In technical modules –”hands-on” practice in
class and at home (using computer labs).
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