Denis Maslennikov gave a talk on mobile malware, specifically the mobile components of FinFisher.
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A long tradition at the Security Analyst Summit: the post-session refreshment.
Tiffany Rad, who moderated the ICS security track, talked about the restrictions that laws such as the DMCA can place on security researchers looking at new systems.
Security researcher John Strauchs, who was the inspiration for one of the main characters in the film Sneakers, detailed a number of methods for bypassing security alarm systems.
Privacy and security activist Chris Soghoian criticized mobile carriers for their failure to provide regular software updates to Android handsets, leaving users vulnerable for months at a time.
Surveillance operations by various governments against activists have become a major issue in some countries, and Morgan Marquis-Boire detailed the tools and tactics these regimes use.
Steve Adegbite of Lockheed Martin discussed the need for a more intelligent method of network defense and how monitoring attackers and learning from their methods can be a valuable exercise.
Eugene Kaspersky urged the audience at the Kaspersky Lab Security Analyst Summit to think seriously about the state of security and the implications of the cyberwar operations that have been uncovered recently.
Held annually, this year’s Security Analyst Summit, as always aims to foster conversation and collaboration between Kaspersky Lab researchers and global law enforcement agencies, CERTs and other cyber-crime fighters.
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