Linux Security Summit 2015
The Linux Security Summit (LSS) is a technical forum for collaboration between Linux developers, researchers, and end users. Its primary aim is to foster community efforts in analyzing and solving Linux security challenges.
The format of the summit will be:
- Refereed presentations
- Subsystem updates
- Breakout development sessions
The Linux Security Summit for 2015 will be held across 20 and 21 August in Seattle, WA, USA. It will be co-located with LinuxCon and other events.
All attendees and presenters must be registered to attend LinuxCon.
Registration and general event details may be found here: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linux-security-summit
Note: LSS will be held in the Jefferson Room, 4th Floor, Union St Tower
Day 1 (Thursday 20th August)
|09:00||Welcome||James Morris, Oracle|
|09:05||Keynote: Giant Bags of Mostly Water - Securing your IT Infrastructure by Securing your Team (slides)||Konstantin Ryabitsev, Linux Foundation (see also Reddit AMA)|
|10:00||CC3: An Identity Attested Linux Security Supervisor Architecture (slides, paper)||Greg Wettstein, IDfusion|
|10:45||SELinux in Android Lollipop and Android M (slides)||Stephen Smalley, NSA|
|11:45||Discussion: Rethinking Audit (slides)||Paul Moore, Red Hat|
|14:00||Assembling Secure OS Images (slides)||Elena Reshetova, Intel|
|14:45||Linux and Mobile Device Encryption (slides)||Paul Lawrence and Mike Halcrow, Google|
|16:00||Discussion: Core Infrastructure Initiative (slides)||Emily Ratliff, Linux Foundation|
Day 2 (Friday 21st August)
Call for Participation
The CFP is now closed.
The program committee sought proposals for:
- Refereed Presentations: 45 minutes in length, including at least 10 minutes of discussion. Papers are encouraged.
- Discussion Topics: 30 minutes in length.
Topic areas include, but are not limited to:
- System hardening
- Access control
- Integrity control
- Hardware security
- Case studies
- Emerging technologies, threats & techniques
The Linux Security Summit for 2015 is organized by:
- James Morris, Oracle
- Serge Hallyn, Canonical
- Paul Moore, Red Hat
- Stephen Smalley, NSA
- Joshua Brindle, Quark Security
- Herbert Xu, Red Hat
- John Johansen, Canonical
- Kees Cook, Google
- Casey Schaufler, Intel
- Mimi Zohar, IBM
The program committee may be contacted as a group via email: firstname.lastname@example.org