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Tuesday, April 28 • TBA
AMITT - Let's Talk About Adversary Misinformation

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Adversarial Misinformation Influence Tactics and Techniques (AMITT) framework is a common language for describing organized communication attacks. Misinformation is getting more attention as the public and private sector struggle to contain foreign influence operations.

Using well-established information-sharing standards and tooling appropriated from the InfoSec community, we will explore the use of the AMITT for the detection and disruption of influence operations.

The focus of this talk is left-of-boom operational playbooks and strategies for working with disinformation at scale.

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Roger Johnston

Security Analyst, Ubisoft
Roger Johnston is a security analyst at Ubisoft's Montreal studio where he primarily works on cyber threat intelligence and adversary emulation.  He is part of the Credibility Coalition's MisinfoSec working group and a contributor to the AMITT framework.

Tuesday April 28, 2020 TBA