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Gal Bitensky - Senior Security Researcher

The spread of malware through malicious office documents is challenging to many enterprises. Malware authors abuse macros to launch PowerShell and other scripts to avoid being detected, constantly adapting to endpoint solutions.

So, what can you do to stop malicious office documents from infecting endpoints and  and keep your employees productive?

Minerva Labs’ senior security researcher Gal Bitensky will talk about:

  • How Office Documents can infect an end user, evading antivirus and other security software.
  • Emotet as a real-life example for a campaign demonstrating the methodology used by malicious actors in their campaigns.
  • A FREE tool designed by our Research Team that simulates the efforts of an attacker to find the correct combination of traits to bypass antivirus software.
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