AVAR 2018

The Dynamic Security Ecosystem

Goa, India.

28th – 30th Nov 2018

Join the Top Security Minds in Asia-Pacific

SPEAKERS – AVAR 2018

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Theme :  “The Dynamic Security Ecosystem’ .

The ecosystem of digital technology is in constant flux with an ever-growing set of devices and servers, communication channels, platforms, apps, etc., thus increasing the attack surface for cyber criminals. The security response to these challenges must evolve quickly and effectively to provide robust protection at the multifarious layers. At AVAR 2018 we’re seeking to explore the nature of these challenges and the countermeasures to tackle them.

PAPERS

* In alphabetical order by first speaker’s first name

   

Ajay Shinde & Krishna Sawe

Quick Heal


Applying Deep Learning for PE-malware detection

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Alexey Shulmin & Andrey Dolgushev

Kaspersky Lab


The EasternRoppels operation: PLATINUM group is back

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Alexey Vishnyakov

Security Code


The rules exist to violate them” or advanced methods of using classic NIDS

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Andreas Clementi & Peter Stelzhammer & Christoph Leitner & Philippe Rödlach

AV-Comparatives


Automated Real-World Testing of Mobile Security Solutions – Android and iOS

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Anoop Saldanha & Abhijit Mohanta

Juniper Threat Labs


Extending Binary Instrumentation To Automate Malware Reversing

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Anurag Shandilya & V.Dhanalakshmi

K7 Computing


Android SOS: The Urgent Need to Secure OS Settings

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Ben Schmidt

Polyswarm


Smart Contract Honeypots for Profit (and probably Fun)

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Briana Butler & Randy Abrams

Webroot


Beyond the Dictionary of the Probable: A Possibility-Based Brute-Force Attack

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Christopher D. Del Fierro & John Angelo V. Lipata

G Data


Cracking the Shell

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Daniel (Jinyoung) Choi

AVIRA


Back to the Low-Level: WebAssembly file infection and structure

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Dennis Batchelder & Hong Jia

AppEsteem


How to increase cybercrime: stop cooperating with each other

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Diwakar Kumar Dinkar & Prajwala Rao K

McAfee Labs


Fighting streaky macro threats: The saga continues

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Diwakar Kumar Dinkar & Rahamathulla Hussain

McAfee Labs


An untold story of a Spy

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Dmitry Tarakanov

Kaspersky Lab


Jump from Taiwan to Germany not standing up from a chair: how Winnti group spreads world-wide

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Ecular Xu

Trend Micro


Mobile Cyberespionage: What You Need to Know

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Filip Kafka

ESET


From Hacking Team to Hacked Team to…?

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Gabriel Cirlig & Stefan Tanase

Ixia


AHK – the new AutoIT

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Gabriel Cirlig & Stefan Tanase

Ixia


Smart car forensics and sensor warfare

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Jagadeesh Chandraiah

Sophos


Hide and Seek: An Investigation into changing dynamics of Android APT’s

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Jan Sirmer & Adolf Středa

AVAST Software


Botception: Botnet distributes script with bot capabilities

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John Karlo D. Agon & Lovely Jovellee Lyn S. Bruiz

G Data


I’ll connect, Do you “mine”? Digging through the Techniques of Cryptomining Attack in a WiFi Network

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Joie Salvio & Jasper Libranda Manuel

Fortinet Inc


The GandCrab Mentality

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Kaarthik RM

K7 Computing


Fileless Fever: An in-depth Breakdown of Attacks from Poweliks to PowerGhost

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Lotem Finkelsteen & Aseel Kayal

Check Point


The Big Bang Theory By APT-C-23

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Michael Jay Villanueva & John Kevin R. Sanchez

Trend Micro


One (S)hell of a Threat: Gateway to Other Platforms

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Mark Lechtik

Check Point


SiliVaccine: North Korea’s Weapon of Mass Detection

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Michal Poslusny & Peter Kalnai

ESET


BackSwap – The future of banking malware?

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Muslim Koser

Volon Cyber Security


Monitoring Darknet: Are you doing enough?

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Nikolaos Chrysaidos

AVAST Software


Using APKLAB.IO Mobile Threat Intel platform to fight banking threats

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Pradeep Kulkarni & Sameer Patil

Quick Heal


Jumping into the Vale of Windows SMB exploits

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Raashid Bhat

Spamhaus Project


Spam syndicate 2.0 — Under the hood of Spambots

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Raja Babu A

K7 Computing


Deep-Mining Without a License: How Malicious Cryptominers Dig Across Platforms and Devices

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Rajesh Nikam

Qualys


Commander-in-chief for Docker Security

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Righard Zwienenberg & Eddy Willems

ESET & G Data


Oops! It happened again!

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Rishikesh Bhide & Tejas Girme

Qualys


New Frontiers In Cryptojacking

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Tejas Girme

Qualys


Demystifying PowerGhost: A Fileless Cryptominer

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Tomáš Gardoň & Filip Kafka

ESET


Malaysian government targeted with mash-up espionage toolkit

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Vanja Svajcer

Cisco


Easier WinDbg scripting with Javascript for malware research

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Vladislav Stolyarov & Boris Larin

Kaspersky Lab


Catching multilayered zero-day attacks on MS Office

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Weike Lu

ThreatBook


DDoS Attack: Groups and Campaigns in China, major tools and techniques

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Dr. Zac Sadan & Rowland Yu

Protected Media & Sophos


The “harmless” $19Bn adware fraud scheme that’s eating your data plan, your battery life and stealing your privacy and personal data.

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