L.D. College of Engineering is my alma mater. I learned everything about security outside the syllabus since Cyber Security wasn’t introduced as a subject. The unprotected computers in the labs were perfect breeding grounds for malware, and you’d be lucky if you stuck a USB and didn’t get an infection. However, I liked the idea of getting new malware species every day.
So when I was invited to LDCE after a long time to have a teacher’s training program talk on Malware Analysis, I was more than happy. I addressed emerging as well as senior faculties who were teaching cyber security to their students and demonstrated various aspects of malware analysis with live demos.