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Jeremy Scott

Global Director, Threat Research at NTT Security

Amarillo, Texas, United States

About Me

Jeremy Scott leads the threat research capability for the Global Threat Intelligence Center (GTIC) at NTT Security. Jeremy has more than 20 years of IT experience with the last 12 years in the Cyber Security field. Jeremy is responsible for directing cyber threat research efforts that feed into the overall NTT Security Global Threat Intelligence capability. Prior to NTT Security, he served as a Cyber Security Analyst for a managing contractor to the Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) providing Computer Network Defense capabilities. In this role, Jeremy was responsible for conducting incident response within the NNSA and the Department of Energy where he provided incident response and malware analysis expertise to several high-profile incidents within the Department of Energy.

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Hunting malware with memory analysis

Memory analysis is extremely important in incident response, malware analysis and reverse engineering to examine memory of the infected...

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Detecting malware through static and dynamic techniques

Malware analysis involves two key techniques: static analysis and dynamic analysis.

Static analysis examines malware without actually...

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Cyber criminals are phishing for human nature

Anyone who uses email, texting, or other forms of messaging is probably all too familiar with phishing. Phishing is when attackers create...

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