These are papers I’ve written or co-written (in the case of the 2011 and 2012 papers) for the Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training Conference held most years at Canterbury Christ Church University in the UK. (Unfortunately, there wasn’t one in 2013.) I also presented in 2014 – probably the last time I’ll present there, since I’m not usually up for conferences any more – but I didn’t write a paper for that one. I should probably dig out the presentation and put it up here, though. RSN…
- 2009 notes including abstract: direct link to paper – The Game of the Name: Malware Naming, Shape Shifters and Sympathetic Magic
- 2010 (1st paper) abstract: direct link to paper – Antivirus Testing and AMTSO: Has Anything Changed?
- 2010 (2nd paper) abstract: direct link to paper – SODDImy and the Trojan Defence
- 2011 with two abstracts: direct link to paper (second abstract was for a presentation for which there is no corresponding paper) – Man, Myth, Malware and Multi-Scanning
- 2012 abstract: direct link to paper – FUD and Blunder: Tracking PC Support Scams
These papers are all also available on the ESET WeLiveSecurity conference papers page.
David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Small Blue-Green World
ESET Senior Research Fellow