CODE BLUE 2020 is held online for two days on October 29th and 30th due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And TeamT5 is thrilled to be sponsoring and participating in this top-class information security conference in Japan.
We are very honored to attend this virtual event this year, and our cyber threat analysts and malware researchers are going to talk at CODE BLUE 2020. We also organize a workshop together with our partner, Terilogy Worx Corporation. Join us and don't miss out on this fantastic event!
Here is an overview of our speech and workshop.
- Law & Policy | Dissecting China’s Information Operations with Threat Intelligence
Our cyberthreat analysts Che Chang and Silvia Yeh will share their findings on China’s Information Operations on social media platforms.
- CyberCrime | Operation I am Tom: How APT Actors Move Laterally in Corporate Networks
Our CTO Charles Li and malware researcher Aragorn Tseng will present lateral movement methods to penetrate corporate network environments and techniques to bypass security monitoring systems.
- Open Talk | Cyber Cold War and Tensions – The Critical Infrastructures Are Under Attack
Our CEO, Sung-ting Tsai (TT), will share the experience we have learned from the security incidents in Taiwan, especially for the attacks targeting critical infrastructures.
Workshop: APT Malware Analysis 101
TeamT5 and our partner, Terilogy Worx Corporation, co-host a virtual workshop on CODE BLUE 2020. Our Lab Engine and Global Support team will demonstrate basic techniques of reverse-engineering malware with our threat hunting tool - ThreatSonar. This workshop is available in English and Japanese (consecutive interpretation).
- TeamT5 Lab Engine & Global Support
- Terilogy Worx Corporation, Director, Business development, Yoichi Matsuura
This workshop will teach you about the basic technique of reverse-engineering malware, and how to analyze it according to OSINT. We will focus on two of the most dangerous malware this year: BigPooh (LODEINFO) and LNCookie (TSCookie Linux version) based on both Linux and Windows OS. You will learn a lot of practical concepts when analyzing APT malware. Furthermore, we will also show you how to proceed with analysis and threat hunting by using our simple/light-weight tool - ThreatSonar.
- Location: via Google Meet. Registration form on CODE BLUE EventHub.
Registration Guide for TeamT5 Workshop
What’s CODE BLUE?
CODE BLUE is Japan’s largest international information security conference, which aims to contribute to a better Internet world by connecting people through CODE (technology), beyond and across the BLUE (oceans). Every year, the world’s top-class specialists and researchers gather together to share their latest findings and give cutting-edge talks. It is a place for all participants to exchange information and collaborate to respond to and solve information security problems.
More information on CODE BLUE 2020 Official Website.
*Image courtesy of CODE BLUE from https://codeblue.jp/2020/en/