Malware Reverse Engineer

Olivia is a software developer who has been with her company for 6 years. Through a company program, she has elected to complete cybersecurity training and is transitioning to a Reverse Engineering role.

From Software Developer to Malware Reverse Engineer

Olivia was identified in a company-wide challenge organized by the SOC manager to find those with both a technical background and a puzzle-solving mentality that could be applied in security investigations. She is experienced in both procedural and object-oriented programming with languages such as C, C++, Java, and Python. She has been set an initial 12-month goal to become a malware reverse engineer, and then a further goal to specialize in kernel-level analysis of either Windows or Linux systems.

Suggested Learning Track

The following is the suggested learning program for professionals looking to transition into a Malware Reverse Engineering role.

Behavioral Malware Analysis

Using system monitoring tools and analytic software, students will analyze real-world malware samples in a training environment, building secure labs, classifying malware, analyzing behavior, and documenting findings.

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01 5-Day Course
02 20 Lab Exercises
03 College Credit

Windows System Analysis

This course teaches students the Windows 10 commands, tools, and techniques to use to identify and investigate significant indicators of compromise.

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01 5-Day Course
02 20 Lab Exercises
03 CPE/CEU Credit

Assembly for Reverse Engineers

Designed for malware analysts and code developers alike, this course will equip you to effectively read assembly, review statements, and reverse machine code back to its higher-level equivalent. 

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01 5-Day Course
02 20+ Lab Exercises
03 CPE/CEU Credit

Malware Reverse Engineering

Malware Reverse Engineering builds on the knowledge and skills of our Assembly for Reverse Engineers course and teaches students how to perform more advanced analysis of real-world malware samples. 

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01 5-Day Course
02 20+ Lab Exercises
03 CPE/CEU Credit

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