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This is the schedule for the Linux Security Summit 2010, to be held in Boston in conjunction with Linuxcon on Monday, August 9th. The format of the event is a series of selected presentations, followed by a Q&A panel, and lightning talks. This schedule is subject to change: check this page for updates.
|08:30||LinuxCon Registration and setup||The registration desk will be open from 8am. Please arrive early enough to register (there may be queues) and get settled: we plan to start at 9am sharp.|
Presentation sessions are 30 minutes in length, including discussion.
|09:00||Recent Advances in the SELinux Sandbox||Dan Walsh, Red Hat|
|09:30||in ur webserver, writin ur logs||Joshua Brindle, Tresys|
|10:00||Integrating Security into Vyatta||Stephen Hemminger, Vyatta|
|11:00||MSF Security Framework Overview||Elena Reshetova, Nokia|
|11:30||Access Control in the MSF Security Framework||Janne Karhunen, Nokia|
|12:00||lunch (self-funded at nearby location)|
|13:00||Linux Security in 10 Years||Brad Spengler, grsecurity|
|13:30||Using EVM to protect security extended attributes||Mimi Zohar, IBM|
|14:00||Secstate: Integrating SCAP and Puppet for System Lockdown||Karl MacMillan, Tresys|
|15:00||Widely Used But Out-Of-Tree||Kees Cook, Canonical|
|15:30||Linux Security Usability: Restricting Programs Using SELinux, AppArmor and FBAC-LSM||Z. Cliffe Schreuders, Murdoch University|
|16:00||System Security Services Daemon (SSSD)||Stephen Gallagher, Red Hat|
The panel session will start with a discussion topic, followed by open Q&A. Members of the panel will be determined closer to the event.
|17:00||The viability of a standard Linux security API||Kees Cook, Serge Hallyn, Stephen Smalley||Casey Schaufler, Smack Project|
|17:20||Open Q&A||As above, plus Casey||Paul Moore, HP|
Lightning talks and closing
From approximately 18:00 to 18:30, we'll hold lightning talks and wrap up the event.
|18:00||Lightning Talks (5mins each)||Joshua Brindle, Tresys|
Lightning talks will be five minutes in length, with up to six slots. Topics will be accepted on the day, with priority given to topics not accepted as main presentations.