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Adam Kujawa is the Head of Malware Intelligence at Malwarebytes, with 10 years of experience fighting malware behind the scenes and on the front lines. He has spent time analyzing threats of an APT / State Sponsored nature as well as threats to consumers for both government and private industry. In addition to research and analysis, he has provided conference talks and developed technical courses on topics from basic to advanced malware analysis, malware evolution and threat intelligence. He has had articles published in SC Magazine, TechCrunch and other notable tech publications as well as being frequently quoted on matters of computer security by news organizations.

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Who Are the Bad Guys? Cyber Criminals and Their Motivations

9/27/2016
Speaker: Chris Scott, Director of Remediation, CrowdStrike

Sponsor Speaker: Adam Kujawa, Director of Malware Intelligence, Malwarebytes

Another key element in assessing risk is assessing your attractiveness as a target. Today's cyber attackers range from financially-motivated criminals to politically-motivated hacktivists to state-sponsored information-gathering hacker units. This session offers a look at the different types of cyber attackers, their methods, and their motivations.

Submit your questions to [email protected] with the title of the session in the subject line to engage with our presenters.

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