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Thursday, October 27 • 13:30 - 17:30
Hunting Malware with osquery at scale FULL

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This workshop is an introduction to osquery, an SQL-powered operating system for instrumentation and analytics. osquery is developed and used by Facebook to proactively hunt for abnormalities. Since osquery allows us to easily ask questions about our infrastructure, it provides powerful capabilities, such as finding malware persistence techniques and scanning IOCs across our fleets of machines. This workshop is a very hands-on training and we expect participants to be comfortable with CLI.


Nick Anderson

| Nick Anderson is a security engineer at Facebook, focusing on corporate hids infrastructure. He is also a developer for Facebook's osquery project, an open source tool used by dozens of organizations for intrusion detection, systems operations, and compliance to better understand the state of their infrastructure and how it changes over time. Previously, Nick was a Cyber Security Research Engineer at Sandia National Labs where he lead... Read More →

Jackie Bow

Jackie is a malware analyst and reverse engineer on Facebook Security. She enjoys hunting malware across corp and prod. She one day hopes to be the very best, like no one was before. To catch them is her real test, to train other analysts is her cause...She will travel across the land, searching far and wide, teach analysts to understand, the power that's inside (osquery).

Erik Waher

Erik Waher is a security engineer at Facebook. He likes mountain biking, surfing, and anything to do with packets on the network

Thursday October 27, 2016 13:30 - 17:30
03. Chimay Novotel

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