Detective Benson was born in the 1980s and grew up with computers, computers and more computers.
As he’s learned more about the technology, he’s been an avid computer user since he was six years old.
When he graduated from college, Benson started working in the security industry, eventually moving to the world of security systems, and soon after began working at the FBI.
As a detective, Benson has spent much of his career studying, developing, and deploying malware detection and prevention tools.
“I’ve learned to be a good malware analyst,” Benson says.
“The main thing I think is that malware analysis is the best way to catch and stop the most prevalent and insidious types of malware.”
In the field, Benson says he is a member of the Security Alliance, a group of cybersecurity experts who work together to share best practices and research.
“My job is to make sure I can protect the FBI, and protect the people I work with, from the most common malware threats, and the most sophisticated malware, which is often not really that difficult,” he says.
He is also the author of several books on malware analysis, including the recent “Hackers and Malware: A Guide to the Best and Most Innovative Methods for Detecting, Detecting and Punishing Malware,” which was published in 2017.
The following interview was conducted by phone with Detective Benson.
What’s the best part about your job?
When you do this type of work, it is so rewarding because it allows you to see how it all fits together.
“As a detective who works with the FBI and other government agencies, the best thing I can say is that I really enjoy my job.
The people I go to work with are fantastic people,” he explains.
“They’re really committed to their work, and they really enjoy what they do.
The biggest part of my job is that my job makes me think about how I can improve my tools and my tools make me think better.
I have to take a lot of pride in the fact that I do the best I can.”
What’s your favorite piece of malware analysis software?
“The most amazing thing I have ever found is the program called WannaCry,” Benson laughs.
“It was one of the most devastating ransomware attacks ever.
I found the program because I was a member, and then I downloaded it from the internet. “
I found it because it was written in Russian, and was a really hard-to-detect type of malware.
I found the program because I was a member, and then I downloaded it from the internet.
I think that that’s what’s really cool about this type [of malware] is that it’s so difficult to detect and prevent.
You have to be very careful about the way you look at it.
I was looking at the program and I realized, this is a very, very complicated malware.
There’s tons of instructions, there’s tons and tons of stuff going on.
So, I realized that it was really, really hard to find a way to detect it and make sure it was not a malicious piece of code.”
What do you love most about working in law enforcement?
“You get to see the best of humanity.
I get to spend time with the best people in the world, and I get a chance to meet some really amazing people, and that’s something that I love about my job,” Benson continues.
“When I think about the FBI’s work, I think, these are the people who are doing the best they can with what they have.
“You see that in their work ethic. “
One of the things I love is that the people are just so dedicated to their job, and are really, truly dedicated to the work they do,” he adds.
“You see that in their work ethic.
They do the very best that they can.
I love that about this field.”
What advice would you give to a new software developer trying to become a malware analyst?
“Just keep your head down and do your best,” Benson notes.
“If you’re a programmer, then there’s so much to learn.
You’re going to have to put in the work.
Don’t get discouraged if you make mistakes.
There are going to be days where you make a mistake, and you don’t get your job back.
But, if you just keep working at it, eventually, you’ll get your way.”
What are your favorite resources?
“I recommend the excellent book ‘Malware Analysis and Prevention,’ by Christopher Haines,” Benson explains.
Benson is a regular contributor to the book, and has written several articles on the topic.
“Also, the book is well written, has a lot to say,” he said.
“For me, it’s one of my favorites.
It’s got a lot more to say than just about any other book on malware.
The book is really