Monthly Archives: May 2013

Slides from my Security Subsystem Overview at LinuxCon Japan 2012

Whoops. Looks like I forgot to post my slides from last year’s LinuxCon Japan talk on the Linux kernel security subsystem.

Here they are:

I’ll be giving an update at the upcoming LinuxCon Japan in Tokyo in a couple of weeks.

Linux Security Summit 2013 (New Orleans) – Call for Participation

The CFP for the 2013 Linux Security Summit has been announced.

The summit will be held across the 19th and 20th of September in New Orleans, co-located again with LinuxCon and Linux Plumbers. Note that presenters and attendees at LSS must be registered as LinuxCon attendees.

We’ll be following a similar format to last year, with a day of refereed presentations, followed by subsystem updates and break-out sessions on the second day. We’ll probably finish up around lunchtime on the Friday for people needing to head home that day, but check the final schedule for details once it’s published.

The CFP is open until 14th June, with speaker notifications to be posted by 21st June.

If you’ve been doing cool and interesting work in Linux security, be sure to submit a proposal!