Yury joined the Kaspersky Lab Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) in July 2011. He specializes in analyzing advanced persistent threats and attacks against banks and financial institutions, as well as malware data collection and analysis. He is also involved in research into mobile threats and malware and web application security issues. He constantly reviews general changes to malware trends.
Yury started his career at Kaspersky Lab in 2007 as a virus analyst and was promoted to senior virus analyst after one year. In 2009 he was instrumental in a project, where he developed statistical services for the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) as senior developer-analyst. After finishing this project, he moved to the education unit of Kaspersky Lab Research and Development as project manager, where he organized and conducted training on IT Security for different organizations including universities, financial organizations and law enforcement agencies. In 2015 Yury was promoted to the position of Head of GReAT in Russia.
Advanced Persistent Threats in Southeast Asia
This presentation is an exclusive summary of the Kaspersky Lab’s research into advanced persistent threat (APT) activity during 2017 and first quarter of 2018. We’ll go through most interesting cases of global cyber espionage operations and will pay special attention to threats targeting Vietnamese companies and users.
Yury Namestnikov, will share information drawn from the company’s unique threat intelligence reports. The session will provide IT security professionals in all industry sectors with insight into some of the most dangerous new and evolved tools, techniques and campaigns being implemented by cyber espionage and other threat actors from different parts of the world.