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Deception, Deceit & Decoys: Hackers Lay the Mousetrap
Deceit is a hacker's game. Headlines these days are all about the latest phishing campaign, and how cybercriminals are tricking users into clicking malicious links that deliver malware and compromise computer systems. In this session, Huntress will highlight some of the clever techniques attackers use to fool innocent end users (including more than the simple phishing basics). With live demonstrations, screenshots, and more, we will showcase how you can identify these mousetraps—and avoid getting caught when they snap.

Dec 10, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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John Hammond
Senior Security Researcher @Huntress
John is a cybersecurity instructor, content creator, red teamer, and Capture the Flag enthusiast. As a previous Department of Defense Cyber Training Academy curriculum developer and teacher for the Cyber Threat Emulation course, he educated both civilian and military members on offensive Python, PowerShell, and other scripting languages as well as the adversarial mindset. He personally developed training material and infosec challenges for events such as PicoCTF, the "Capture the Packet" competition at DEFCON US, and the HacktivityCon CTF with HackerOne. John speaks at security conferences such as BsideDC, to students at colleges such as Clemson University and the US Coast Guard Academy, and other events like the SANS Holiday Hack Challenge/KringleCon. He is an online YouTube personality showcasing programming tutorials, cyber security guides, and CTF video walkthroughs. John currently holds the following certifications: Security+, eJPT, eCPPT, CEH, PCAP, OSWP, OSCP, OSCE, and