Amr Thabet is a malware researcher and incident handler with over 10 years of experience
, he worked in some of Fortune 500
companies including Symantec, Tenable, and others and he is the founder of MalTrak. He is the author of "Mastering Malware Analysis"
published by Packt Publishing.
He is a speaker and an instructor at top security conferences all around the world, including DEFCON, Hack In Paris, and VB Conference. He was also featured in Christian Science Monitor for his work on Stuxnet.
He had worked on the analysis of some of the top nation-state-sponsored attacks including the NSA malware families, North Korea, and many other highly advanced attacks.
Prior to that, I struggled to get into the field as I was a mechanical engineer graduate. I faced lots of demotivating voices telling me that I wouldn't be able to make it. And because of that, after my successes, I decided to be the inspiring voice to all cybersecurity enthusiasts that want to land their first job in cybersecurity.
His mission is to help security professionals all around the world to build their expertise in malware analysis, threat hunting, red teaming
. and most importantly, protect their organization's infrastructure from targeted attacks, ransomware attacks, and APT attacks.