Eric Hulse

Sr Reverse Engineer

Advanced Threat Solutions – AMP Threat Grid

A United States Air Force and Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran, Eric's focus is on Reverse Engineering and Threat Intelligence. As part of the acquisition of ThreatGRID by Cisco Systems, Eric leads the Reverse Engineering and Research Team for the Cisco AMP Threat Grid product line.

Prior to ThreatGRID, Eric worked as a contractor for various US Air Force and DOD Customers where he worked in various capacities as a Reverse Engineer and penetration tester.

Eric Holds a Masters Degree in Information Assurance Engineering from Capitol College, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Park University.


August 8, 2016


The General Behavior of Ransomware

This is the first in a series of blogs about advanced malware Behavioral Indicators Morph Over Time A large part of Threat Grid’s efficacy in determining the nature of a submitted file is through the use of over 675 indicators to identify malware. The initial indicators created for AMP Threat Grid sought to identify strictly […]

February 9, 2015


How AMP Threat Grid Accelerates Incident Response with Artifacts, Content, and Correlation

As a result of Cisco’s acquisition last May, ThreatGRID is now part of the Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) portfolio as AMP Threat Grid. The acquisition expands Cisco AMP capabilities in the areas of dynamic analysis and threat intelligence technology, both on-premise and in the cloud. AMP Threat Grid extends Cisco AMP with even greater […]