Wednesday 2 October 16:00 - 16:30, Green room
Amit Serper (Cybereason)
Mor Levi (Cybereason)
Assaf Dahan (Cybereason)
Amit leads the security research at Cybereason's Noctornus group in the company's Boston HQ. He specializes in low-level, vulnerability and kernel research, malware analysis and reverse engineering on Windows, Linux and macOS. He also has extensive experience researching, reverse engineering and exploiting IoT devices of various kinds. Prior to joining Cybereason four years ago, Amit spent nine years leading security research projects and teams for an Israeli government intelligence agency, specifically in embedded systems security (or lack thereof).
Mor Levi has more than eight years of experience in cyber investigations, incident response, and SIEM/SOC management. She began her career as a team leader in the Israeli Defense Force security operation centre. Later, she led an incident response and forensics team at one of the big four accounting firms providing services to global organizations.
Assaf has over 15 years in the infosec industry. He started his career in the Israeli Military 8200 Cybersecurity unit where he developed extensive experience in offensive security. Later in his career he led Red Teams, developed penetration testing methodologies, and specialized in malware analysis and reverse engineering.
Alex Hinchliffe (Palo Alto Networks)
Selena Larson (Dragos)
Mark Kennedy (Symantec)
Pascal Geenens (Radware)
Zuzana Hromcová (ESET)
Alex Hinchliffe (Unit 42, Palo Alto Networks)