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Welcome to the Illinois Education & Technology Conference (IETC 2017) guide!
  • Wed., Nov. 15 Pre-Conference Workshops:  Eight pre-conference, full-day and half-day workshops are offered. Registration closed Nov. 8.  Pre-registration was required. On-site registration is unavailable.
  • Thurs., Nov. 16 & Fri., Nov. 17 General Conference:  More than 150+ 1-hour and 2-hour General Conference sessions, an exhibit hall, poster sessions, and luncheon keynote presentations are scheduled.  All general conference sessions are first come, first served seating.  (Online registration closed Nov. 8 but on-site registration will be available for the Thursday and Friday General Conference days.)

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Friday, November 17 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
DIY Phishing Server for Testing your Staff

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Dixon Schools Tech Staff will explain how they setup the open source tool King Phisher to run a phishing campaign on their staff. The setup requires a Linux server. The phishing tool allows you to run a campaign, based on built-in or custom templates. It tracks who clicks links and who enters credentials. It's a great way to collect data to evaluate the risk level with your staff and start a phishing education campaign.

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Paul Wilson

Tech, Dixon public schools



Friday November 17, 2017 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Plaza D Crowne Plaza Hotel, 3000 S. Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, IL 62703

Attendees (17)