The ‘ghost hand’ attack
Fabio Marenghi is Senior Security Researcher at GReAT, the Global Research and Analysis Team of Kaspersky, focused on investigation of cybercrime with financial motivations, with large experience in the banking sector. In the past he has worked with Diebold and other software companies. He is based in Brazil.
Fabio Assolini joined Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) in July 2009 to primarily focus on one of the most dynamic countries in Latin America: Brazil. Fabio’s responsibilities include the analysis of virus, cyber attacks, banking trojans and other types of malware that originate from Brazil and the rest of the region. He particularly focuses on the research and detection of banking trojans. In November 2012, he was promoted to Senior Security Researcher. Since 2006, Fabio has been a voluntary member of the security community Linha Defensiva (Defensive Line), a non-government organization. In addition, he is a member of the Alliance of Security Analysis Professionals (ASAP), a network of NGOs, professionals and individuals dedicated to providing security related support to end users. Fabio has more than ten years of experience as a malware analyst and possesses a university degree in computer science.