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Stanford University Networking Seminar

Adrian Taylor ( Bromium )
Malware : detection is doomed

12:00pm, Thursday, October 17, 2013
Gates 104

About the Talk

High-value companies are getting their secrets stolen every week. There are always new zero-day exploits: detection is impossible for something which has never been seen before. Bromium believes detection of all malware is hopeless, whether in the network or the endpoint. Using transparent micro-virtualisation to isolate every potential source of malware is the only way forward. This talk will show a PC being attacked using a recent zero-day exploit. It will explain the implications for network security: defence at the perimeter is no longer possible. Micro-virtualisation is the solution. This talk will show micro-virtualisation defeating the malware attack and explore its architecture - a distributed system running on one PC.

About the Speaker

Adrian is the Director of Mobile at Bromium, a company founded at the intersection of virtualisation and security. Our goal is to allow trustworthy computing by neutralising all threats, even those not previously encountered. Before that Adrian was at RealVNC and Symbian. He lives in Cambridge, UK, and likes mountain biking and snowboarding (which is a shame because Cambridge, UK, is flat). His background is mobile technologies of all flavours