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Sunday Seamless Kernel Update
Seamless kernel update practice in linux based on kexec and criu
secPaver: Security Policy Development Tool Why safe programming matters and why Rust
Fast, safe and sustainable programming with Rust
The distinctive qualities of Software Bill of Materials Trousseau - the Kubernetes Key Management Service provider
How to keep all your Kubernetes secrets safe the native way
What I wish I knew about security when I started programming Secure Communication with Tls Sudo
Watch and control your blind spots

The security devroom topic this year is Practial use of security technologies.

This covers security protocols and their usability, the usability of the open source crypto libraries and applications from both developer and user side, pitfails of using crypto, security threats, vulnerabilities and their mitigations in real-world use cases. We welcome presentations which elaborate on these topics, and presentations that analyze other's solutions.

See https://github.com/security-devroom/fosdem-2020 for more information.

Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  Seamless Kernel Update
Seamless kernel update practice in linux based on kexec and criu
Longjun Luo 10:00 10:20
  secPaver: Security Policy Development Tool HuaxinLu 11:00 11:25
  Why safe programming matters and why Rust
Fast, safe and sustainable programming with Rust
Deepu K Sasidharan 12:00 12:40
  The distinctive qualities of Software Bill of Materials Sebastian Crane 13:00 13:45
  Trousseau - the Kubernetes Key Management Service provider
How to keep all your Kubernetes secrets safe the native way
Romuald Vandepoel 14:00 14:45
  What I wish I knew about security when I started programming Allon Mureinik 15:00 15:45
  Secure Communication with Tls Bruce Momjian 16:00 17:00
  Sudo
Watch and control your blind spots
Peter Czanik 17:00 17:45