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Jan 10th at
8:00 am PT | 11:00 am  ET
5:00 pm CET | 4:00 pm GMT

Host:

Speakers:

David Richardson
VP of Endpoint and Threat Intelligence, Lookout
Savio Lau
Senior Staff Security Intelligence Researcher, Lookout
Hank Schless
Director, Product Marketing, Lookout

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Host:

Speaker:

Speakers:

David Richardson
VP of Endpoint and Threat Intelligence, Lookout
Savio Lau
Senior Staff Security Intelligence Researcher, Lookout
Hank Schless
Director, Product Marketing, Lookout

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Exclusive Threat Briefing: CryptoChameleon Phishing Kit

Threat actors are targeting mobile devices more aggressively to compromise employee accounts and quietly gain access to your cloud infrastructure – making it critical to understand emerging mobile threats and how tactics are rapidly changing. 

Lookout invites you to an exclusive briefing on our recent discovery of CryptoChameleon - an active phishing kit that enables attackers to build carbon copies of single sign-on (SSO) pages, then uses a vicious combination of social engineering tactics to trick the target into sharing more than just their username and password. Target organizations have included the FCC, Coinbase, and more.

Join the researchers behind the discovery, as they dissect CryptoChameleon and dive into:

  • A behind-the-scenes look at the phishing kit and insight into its operator functionality.
  • The novel tactics used to avoid detection by traditional web analysis tools.
  • How social engineering and AI enable the operators to build credibility and trust with their victims. 
  • Actions you can take to mitigate the risk of your employees falling victim to socially-engineered attacks on their mobile devices.

Host:

Speakers:

David Richardson
VP of Endpoint and Threat Intelligence, Lookout
Savio Lau
Senior Staff Security Intelligence Researcher, Lookout
Hank Schless
Director, Product Marketing, Lookout

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