Boldizar Bencsath

Boldizar Bencsath discussed several recent targeted attacks, including Duqu, an attack he experienced firsthand. Bencsath led a small group of researchers in September 2011 in the Laboratory of Cryptography and System Security (CrSyS) of Budapest University of Technology and Economics, to identify the first strains of Duqu malware.

Boldizar Bencsath discussed several recent targeted attacks, including Duqu, an attack he experienced firsthand. Bencsath led a small group of researchers in September 2011 in the Laboratory of Cryptography and System Security (CrSyS) of Budapest University of Technology and Economics, to identify the first strains of Duqu malware. Bencsath shared some insight from the discovery and explained why stories involving what he’s called the “Tilded family” (Stuxnet-Stars-Duqu) of malware will prove memorable even years down the road.

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