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Date: Wed, 26 May 2021 02:24:35 +1000 (AEST)
From: James Morris <jmorris@...ei.org>
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    Linux Security Summit Program Committee <lss-pc@...ts.linuxfoundation.org>
Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE][CFP] Linux Security Summit 2021

Note that the venue of LSS 2021 has now changed to Seattle, USA.

See https://events.linuxfoundation.org/linux-security-summit-north-america/

The new event dates are 29 September to 01 October.

The CFP closes on June 27th.





On Tue, 9 Feb 2021, James Morris wrote:

> ==============================================================================
>                    ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
> 
>                          LINUX SECURITY SUMMIT 2021
>                              
>                               27-29 September
>                               Dublin, Ireland
> ==============================================================================
> 
> DESCRIPTION
>  
> 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 program committee currently seeks proposals for:
>  
>    * Refereed Presentations:
>      45 minutes in length.
>  
>    * Panel Discussion Topics:
>      45 minutes in length.
>  
>    * Short Topics:
>      30 minutes in total, including at least 10 minutes discussion.
>  
>    * Tutorials
>      90 minutes in length.
>  
> Tutorial sessions should be focused on advanced Linux security defense
> topics within areas such as the kernel, compiler, and security-related
> libraries.  Priority will be given to tutorials created for this conference,
> and those where the presenter a leading subject matter expert on the topic.
>  
> Topic areas include, but are not limited to:
>  
>    * Kernel self-protection
>    * Access control
>    * Cryptography and key management
>    * Integrity policy and enforcement
>    * Hardware Security
>    * IoT and embedded security
>    * Virtualization and containers
>    * System-specific system hardening
>    * Case studies
>    * Security tools
>    * Security UX
>    * Emerging technologies, threats & techniques
> 
>   Proposals should be submitted via:
>     https://events.linuxfoundation.org/linux-security-summit-europe/program/cfp/
> 
> 
> ** Note that for 2021, the North American and European events are combined into
> a single event planned for Dublin, Ireland. **
>  
> 
> DATES
>  
>   * CFP close:            June 27
>   * CFP notifications:    July 20
>   * Schedule announced:   July 22
>   * Event:                September 27-29
> 
> WHO SHOULD ATTEND
>  
> We're seeking a diverse range of attendees and welcome participation by
> people involved in Linux security development, operations, and research.
>  
> LSS is a unique global event that provides the opportunity to present and
> discuss your work or research with key Linux security community members and
> maintainers.  It's also useful for those who wish to keep up with the latest
> in Linux security development and to provide input to the development
> process.
> 
> WEB SITE
> 
>     https://events.linuxfoundation.org/linux-security-summit-europe/
> 
> TWITTER
> 
>   For event updates and announcements, follow:
> 
>     https://twitter.com/LinuxSecSummit
>   
>     #linuxsecuritysummit
> 
> PROGRAM COMMITTEE
> 
>   The program committee for LSS 2021 is:
> 
>     * James Morris, Microsoft
>     * Serge Hallyn, Cisco
>     * Paul Moore, Cisco
>     * Stephen Smalley, NSA
>     * Elena Reshetova, Intel
>     * John Johansen, Canonical
>     * Kees Cook, Google
>     * Casey Schaufler, Intel
>     * Mimi Zohar, IBM
>     * David A. Wheeler, Institute for Defense Analyses
> 
>   The program committee may be contacted as a group via email:
>     lss-pc () lists.linuxfoundation.org
> 
> 

-- 
James Morris
<jmorris@...ei.org>

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