Michael Boman

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Website: blog.malwareresearch.institute
Michael is a malware researcher, developer, speaker and founder of Malware Research Institute, an organisation that promotes and develops tools, techniques and procedures for malware research, malware forensics and incident response. Michael’s interest in malware began when his own computer got infected although he followed best practice like up-to-date operating system and applications, enabled firewall and using an updated anti-malware software and the rest, as they say, is history.

Michael’s main research areas today is to find efficient ways to discover, analyse and eradicate malware infections in SME and large enterprise markets using the systems most organisations already have or can cheaply acquire.

Michael  has presented at:

  • 44CON LONDON 2015 (workshop): Indicators of Compromise: From malware analysis to eradication
    • 44CON 2014: Using Hadoop for Malware, Network, Forensics and Log analysis
    • 44CON 2012: Malware Analysis as a hobby
    • 44CON 2012 (workshop): Malware Analysis 101: Malware Analysis with Cuckoo Sandbox