Frequently Asked Questions
Who is this training for?
Our advanced technical training helps malware analysts, incident responders, exploit developers, and security researchers with their day-to-day tasks. Our hands-on workshops give your staff the skills to understand how modern attacks are developed and performed.
Can you help me justify this course to my manager?
Yes! Sell the benefits of your attendance, document the costs, then describe the deliverables to your team. Consider sending this sample email to your manager to get started.
What are the requirements to take this course?
Students must have experience with Python and C. C++ experience is useful but not required. Students should also have foundational knowledge of an assembly language, as well as reverse engineering concepts.
Students must bring a laptop that meets the following requirements:
- Binary Ninja installed (Personal or Commercial version; the demo version is not sufficient)
- telnet or netcat and an IDE of choice (emacs, vim, vscode, notepad++, sublime, etc.)
- Python 3.7+ (64-bit version only)