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RSA Presentation by FireEye Focuses on Modern Malware Dangers

FireEye : 26 February, 2010  (Company News)
Chief Scientist at FireEye to make presentation on evasion techniques and malware obfuscation which is creating higher threat levels from modern malicious software
FireEye will expose the threat posed by advanced persistent threats, as seen in the case of "Operation Aurora, at the RSA Conference 2010 next week in San Francisco. FireEye experts, including Chief Security Architect Marc Maiffret, will be on hand to discuss the extent of modern malware attacks and the limitations of conventional network defences at booth #332 from March 2 - 4.

Highlighting the company's show activities will be a session delivered by FireEye's Chief Scientist Stuart Staniford, PhD. Staniford will be speaking at the conference on Thursday, March 4th at 1:00 p.m. The session, titled "Web Malware Tech: Obfuscation and Other Evasion Technology," will cover the latest modern malware infection techniques used to elude conventional security technologies, and review the latest advances in malware analysis for IT security professionals to help them more effectively protect their organizations.

At the company's booth, FireEye will demonstrate its modern malware protection system and show how common cyber defences currently used by organizations, including firewalls, antivirus, network intrusion prevention and web gateway security devices, are simply not enough to prevent modern day malware attacks.

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