LSS will be held on September 14th and 15th in Los Angeles, CA, co-located with the new Open Source Summit (which includes LinuxCon, ContainerCon, and CloudCon).
The cost of LSS for attendees is $100 USD. Register here.
Highlights from the schedule include the following refereed presentations:
- Landlock LSM: Toward Unprivileged Sandboxing — Mickaël Salaün, ANSSI
- The State of Kernel Self-Protection — Kees Cook, Google
- Making Security Invisible — Jessica Frazelle, Mesosphere
- ARMv8.3 Pointer Authentication — Mark Rutland, ARM
- Defeating Invisible Enemies: Firmware Based Security in the OpenPOWER Platform — George Wilson, IBM
There’s also be the usual Linux kernel security subsystem updates, and BoF sessions (with LSM namespacing and LSM stacking sessions already planned).
This year, we’ll also be co-located with the Linux Plumbers Conference, which will include a containers microconference with several security development topics, and likely also a TPMs microconference.
A good critical mass of Linux security folk should be present across all of these events!
Thanks to the LSS program committee for carefully reviewing all of the submissions, and to the event staff at Linux Foundation for expertly planning the logistics of the event.
See you in Los Angeles!