Kaspersky Lab participated in the 20th Virus Bulletin International Conference on IT Security which took place in Vancouver from 29 September to 01 October, 2010.
The VB conference is very much a major highlight of the anti-malware calendar, representing an opportunity for experts in the IT security field to share their research interests, discuss new methods and technologies and set new standards for the industry as a whole. Kaspersky Lab’s experts are traditionally key speakers at the event. This year, the Company’s leading analysts held forth in the corporate sector with presentations on the following topics:
'Unraveling Stuxnet' by Costin Raiu, Director of the Global Research & Analysis Team, and representatives of the Microsoft Corporation
‘How Much Do You Cost? The Black Market Price of Your Digital Data’ by Dmitry Bestuzhev, Senior Regional Researcher, Latin America, Global Research & Analysis Team
‘Automated Targeted Attacks: The New Age of Cybercrime’ by Stefan Tanase, Senior Security Researcher, EEMEA, Global Research & Analysis Team
‘Russian Cybercriminals on the Move: Profiting From Mobile Malware’ by Denis Maslennikov, Senior Malware Analyst, Mobile Research Group Manager
‘The ROP Pack’ by Kurt Baumgartner, Senior Security Researcher, Americas, Global Research & Analysis Team
‘Caution: Level Pegel. The ideal computer infecting scheme’ by Alexey Kadiev, Malware Analyst, and Darya Gudkova, Head of Content Analysis & Research
‘From ZeuS to Stuxnet: A tale of stolen certificates’ by Roel Schouwenberg, Senior Anti-Virus Researcher, Americas, Global Research & Analysis Team, and Costin Raiu, Head of Global Research & Analysis Team (Reserve Paper)
‘The Age of Russian Trojan-Ransoms’ by Timur Biyachuev, Project Manager, Anti-Malware Research, and Alexey Malyshev, Senior Malware Analyst (Reserve Paper)
To find out more about the 20th Virus Bulletin International Conference, please visit the official conference website at: http://www.virusbtn.com/conference/index.