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Thursday, November 16 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
How Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Leads to an Effective Red Team Attack

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  • Everyone loves social media and sharing their life with the rest of the world. Think you have nothing to hide nor anything of value that an attacker would want? Think again. OSINT refers to intelligence collected from publicly available sources. The first part of this talk will cover the various OSINT tools attackers use to gather information about their targets. The second part will cover how attackers use the information gathered to launch successful attacks against designated targets.

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Summer Lee

GuidePoint Security, Senior Security Consultant
Summer Lee (crazian) is a Senior Security Consultant and part of the Threat & Attack Simulation (TAS) team for GuidePoint Security. She started using social engineer tactics at a very young age which led her to have a special interest in physical Red Team engagements. Crazian is an Army veteran who has been active in the Austin infosec community since 2014 including AHA, Longhorn Lockpicking, OWASP Austin Chapter, and ATX2600. She is also a mentor for the RRISD CyberPatriots and various CCDC competitions. When she's not talking infosec, she can be found playing tabletop and video... Read More →


Thursday November 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Room 17A

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