Analyze 2016 takes place in March in San Francisco. It is a “Security community event for malware and exploit analysis research”. Amongst the presentations is one on BIOS analysis by two of the Intel Advanced Threat Research (ATR) team!
Tom Bennett – Whose RAT Is It Anyways?
Aaron Shelmire – Sections, Segments, and Functions, oh my! Hashing your way to analytical shortcuts.
Edward Miles – Making sense of ProGuard’s mess
Oleksandr Bazhaniuk/Yuriy Bulygin – Different methods of BIOS analysis: Static, Dynamic and Symbolic execution
Darren Spruell – Malicious Traffic Distribution: Tactics and Response
Rick Wesson – Static Malware Analysis on GPUs
Chip McSweeney – DGA Antivenom: Stopping new configurations before analysis
Jing Xie – Risks of iOS Remote Hot-Patching
Alexander Matrosov – Distributing the reconstruction of IR for large scale malware analysis
http://www.analyze.cc/Waylon Grange – Wherefore by their crypto ye shall know them
Armin Buescher – Sanzoku APT