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Olivier Bilodeau

Malware Researcher
Montréal, Canada
Coming from the dusty Unix server room world, Olivier evolved professionally in networking, information security and open source software development to become malware researcher at ESET. He likes to do memory forensic on infected servers, reverse engineer obfuscated Perl scripts and brew beer. He is interested in bringing more openness in the malware research field by releasing elaborate indicators of compromise (IOC) and code created as part of our research on github. He spoke at Defcon, OWASP Montreal, Hackfest and lectures on information security at ETS in Montreal Canada. He also drives the NorthSec Hacker Jeopardy and co-organizes the MontreHack capture-the-flag training initiative.

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, September 16

11:00 BST