Basic Introduction to Malware Analysis

Basic Level
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (162 ratings)
6,296 students
English
The course is a good introduction to malware analysis. It is roughly one hour and gives you a good high level overview.

Requirements

  • Basic level of understanding of computer topics such as programming. No high level expertise is needed.

Description

This course is good starting point to grasp a high level understanding to malware reverse engineering. The student is to have minimum knowledge of programming. Basic level is more than enough. It is intended to computer science students who consider IT security as a profession and any security expert who would like to be introduced to the world of malware analysis. The course is not sufficient to become a subject matter expert. It is intended as an introduction to the world of malware analysis.

Who this course is for:

  • Computer Science Students intrested in specializing in Security. Any Security Expert interested in Malware Reverse Engineering.

Course content

7 sections • 15 lectures • 54m total length
  • Introduction
    01:34

Instructor

Information Security Specialist
Dalia Khader
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 162 Reviews
  • 6,296 Students
  • 1 Course

Information Security Specialist.

Doctorate in Cryptography.

Have > 10 years of teaching university level courses.

Worked in academic and industrial jobs as a research associate, lecturer, security architect and security information officer.

Expertise: Cryptography, Endpoint Security, Network Security, Compliance and Governance, Cloud Security.

GIAC Security Essentials Certification


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