Anton Cherepanov is a senior malware researcher for ESET; his responsibilities include the analysis of, and hunting for, the most complex threats. He has done extensive research on cyber attacks in Ukraine and uncovered the origins of the NotPetya attack. He has presented his research at numerous conferences, including Black Hat USA, Virus Bulletin and CARO Workshop. His interests focus on reverse engineering and malware analysis automation.
Robert Lipovsky is a senior malware researcher for ESET, with 13 years’ experience in cybersecurity and a broad spectrum of expertise covering targeted APTs, crimeware, as well as vulnerability research. He is responsible for threat intelligence and malware analysis and leads the Malware Research Team at ESET headquarters in Bratislava. He is a regular speaker at security conferences, including RSA Conference, Black Hat USA, Virus Bulletin, BlueHat, ATT&CKcon, Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, and various NATO-organized conferences. He also teaches reverse engineering at the Slovak University of Technology – his alma mater – and at Comenius University. When not bound to a keyboard, he enjoys travelling, playing guitar and flying single-engine airplanes.