Malware Reverse Engineering Conference 2017 (MRE- 2017)

Internet Commerce Security Laboratory (ICSL), Federation University

Date: 3rd July 2017  — 4th July 2017

The Malware Reverse Engineering Workshop 2017 (MRE-2017) is designed to link industry, law enforcement, government and academia, with a strong focus on practical results from research and development projects in malware reversing.

The conference aims to cover:

  • Reverse engineering methods, analysis and algorithms

  • Behavioural and attribution analysis of malware

  • Impacts into the financial sector and government agencies

  • Advanced monitoring schemes for malware attacks

The Malware Reverse Engineering Workshop 2017 will be hosted by the Internet Commerce Security Laboratory of Federation University Australia.

A range of exciting Plenary speakers will be included in the MRE-2017 program, to be released shortly.
Keynote Speakers:

  • Maciej Kotowicz, Principal Reverse Engineer at – Maciej has a special interest in reverse engineering and exploit development as well as their automation.

  • David Korczyski, University of Oxford – David is a researcher with the Department of Computer Science at University of Oxford. His research areas are malicious software, formal methods and program analysis.

David will also present a further two free seminars following the MRE-2017, as below:
  • 5 July 2017 – “Mathematics Basis of Malware Reversing” at Federation University, Mt Helen Campus, Ballarat.

  • 7 July 2017 – “Extracting Deeply Injected Malware Payloads” CBA, SOC, Sydney


Telstra Conference Centre
Level 1, 242 Exhibition Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000

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