Chapter Meeting - June 19, 2020 - 11:30-13:00

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Event Description: 

Location:  Zoom meeting. We will send out the meeting details to all who have registered a few days before the meeting.

Topic: The Phishing Ecosystem: Catching Phish Upstream <Go to this link for the presentation>

Summary: Phishing is the proven tactic employed by cybercriminal and nation-state actors. It just works. However, it doesn’t work in a vacuum; it’s supported by an entire ecosystem of support services. From targeting, distribution, data gathering, and monetization, this talk will outline some of the latest techniques we’ve observed, and how attackers operate.
By gaining a deeper understanding of this ecosystem and it’s most common targets, attendees will be able to better disrupt phishing campaigns before it hits their employee inboxes.

Learner’s Objectives:
After completing this session, learner will:
- Understand the current phishing ecosystem and landscape
- See the latest phishing techniques our researchers have observed
- Learn mitigation tactics to better disrupt phishing campaigns
 

 Speaker: Kacey Clark

Title: Threat Researcher

Bio: Kacey Clark is a Threat Researcher at Digital Shadows. She primarily performs research and drafts reports on the ever-evolving developments in the cyber security space. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from University of Texas at Dallas, Kacey began working in talent acquisition. In her role, she partnered with government agencies and specialized in defense and intelligence contracting within the information security vertical. After working on the recruiting side, she decided to take a leap into the practitioner side and landed a job with Digital Shadows’ U.S. analyst team in 2017. Kacey is passionate about data privacy, open-source intelligence, and tracking down the bad guys.

Dates: 
Friday, June 19, 2020 - 11:30am
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