The schedule for the 2014 Linux Security Summit (LSS2014) is now published.
The event will be held over two days (18th & 19th August), starting with James Bottomley as the keynote speaker. The keynote will be followed by referred talks, group discussions, kernel security subsystem updates, and break-out sessions.
The refereed talks are:
- Verified Component Firmware – Kees Cook, Google
- Protecting the Android TCB with SELinux – Stephen Smalley, NSA
- Tizen, Security and the Internet of Things – Casey Schaufler, Intel
- Capsicum on Linux – David Drysdale, Google
- Quantifying and Reducing the Kernel Attack Surface – Anil Kurmus, IBM
- Extending the Linux Integrity Subsystem for TCB Protection – David Safford & Mimi Zohar, IBM
- Application Confinement with User Namespaces – Serge Hallyn & Stéphane Graber, Canonical
Discussion session topics include Trusted Kernel Lock-down Patch Series, led by Kees Cook; and EXT4 Encryption, led by Michael Halcrow & Ted Ts’o. There’ll be kernel security subsystem updates from the SELinux, AppArmor, Smack, and Integrity maintainers. The break-out sessions are open format and a good opportunity to collaborate face-to-face on outstanding or emerging issues.
See the schedule for more details.
LSS2014 is open to all registered attendees of LinuxCon. Note that discounted registration is available until the 18th of July (end of this week).
See you in Chicago!