For those that didn’t catch the email announcement, the schedule for the 2011 Linux Security Summit is now published.
The format of the conference is refereed talk sessions, followed by in-depth roundtable discussions.
Here’s a summary of the programme:
- “Smack is Alive and Well”
- “MeeGo Security Update”
Ryan Ware, Intel
- “An Overview of the Linux Integrity Subsystem: Use Cases and Demonstration”
David Safford and Mimi Zohar, IBM
- “Digital Signature support for IMA/EVM”
Dmitry Kasatkin and Ryan Ware, Intel
- “Protecting the Filesystem Integrity of a Fedora 15 Virtual Machine from Offline Attacks using IMA/EVM”
Peter Kruus, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
- “Efficient, TPM-free system integrity checking with device mapper: dm-verity”
Will Drewry and Mandeep Baines, Google
- Kernel Hardening
Lead by Kees Cook, Canonical and Will Drewry, Google
- LSM Architecture
Lead by Kees Cook, Canonical and Casey Schaufler
See the full schedule for more detail.
Attendance is open to all registered attendees of the Linux Plumbers Conference. Early-bird registration is available for LPC until the end of today (US time).