The BAHAMUT cyberespionage group is highly trained, patient and adept at changing tactics to thwart researchers, said Eric Milam, VP of Research Operations at BlackBerry. But BAHAMUT did make a few missteps along the way, as he explains in this clip from the Cyber Work podcast.
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Eric Milam is the VP of Research Operations at BlackBerry where he and his team track malware threats and threat actors. During his time at BlackBerry, he discovered and published the details of numerous emerging threats and malware variants actively being exploited in the wild. Prior to joining BlackBerry, Eric was a highly regarded penetration tester and frequent conference speaker, widely known for his red-teaming exploits.
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