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4/5/2011

Linux Security Summit 2011 CFP

Filed under: Blogging,Debian,Security,Ubuntu,Ubuntu-Server — kees @ 11:06 am

I’m once again on the program committee for the Linux Security Summit, so I’d love to see people submit talks, attend, etc. It will be held along with the Linux Plumber’s Conference, on September 8th in Santa Rosa, CA, USA.

I’d really like to see more non-LSM developers and end-users show up for this event. We need people interested in defining threats and designing defenses. There is a lot of work to be done on all kinds of fronts and having people voice their opinions and plans can really help us prioritize the areas that need the most attention.

Here’s one of many archives of the announcement, along with the website. We’ve got just under 2 months to get talks submitted (May 27th deadline), with speaker notification quickly after that on June 1st.

Come help us make Linux more secure! :)

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  1. Please get Brad Spengler/PaX/grsecurity folks to attend.

    Comment by foo — 4/5/2011 @ 4:13 pm

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