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DECEPTICON: Deceptive Techniques to Derail OSINT attempts - Joe Gray BSides NOVA 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

DECEPTICON: Deceptive Techniques to Derail OSINT attempts
Joe Gray
@C_3PJoe
BSidesNOVA 2018

When we think of the process for attacking an organization, OSINT comes to the front and center of our minds. This presentation takes a presenter with experience in applying OSINT to effective penetration testing and social engineering and reverse engineers the process to determine what steps can be taken to further complicate their efforts. This is a presentation that talks about online deception, decoy accounts, canary data, encryption, maintaining one’s social media in a secure manner, and protecting one’s identity as much as possible. While nothing is absolute, this is a presentation that will leave attendees more aware of techniques to make it harder for attackers to collect accurate OSINT, either by removal or deception.

Joe Gray

Joe Gray joined the U.S. Navy directly out of High School and served for 7 years as a Submarine Navigation Electronics Technician. Joe is currently a Senior Security Architect and maintains his own blog and podcast called Advanced Persistent Security. In his spare time, Joe enjoys attending information security conferences, contributing blogs to various outlets, training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (spoken taps out A LOT!), and flying his drone. Joe is in the inaugural winner of the DerbyCon Social Engineering Capture the Flag (SECTF) and was awarded a DerbyCon Black Badge. Joe has contributed material for the likes of AlienVault, ITSP Magazine, CSO Online, and Dark Reading.

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