[security-devroom] OpenSC @ FOSDEM 2012 & resurrection of security-devroom list
tomas at primekey.se
Tue Nov 1 13:27:24 CET 2011
Here is my submission for a talk at the security devroom at Fosdem.
Who am I?
Email: see from field
PrimeKey Solutions AB / EJBCA
Project founder/manager of the EJBCA PKI project (http://ejbca.org/) and
CTO at PrimeKey (http://primekey.se). Long time developer and consultant
with PKI/security solutions (nowadays exclusively for EJBCA and
SignServer). Contributor to projects such as BouncyCastle
(http://bouncycastle.org/). Technical lead for the development of a
Common Criteria certified security library, CESeCore.
I can fit my session into a 30 minute slot.
"CESeCore, Common Criteria certified open source"
CESeCore is a common criteria certified security core. It is a developer
library, including support for hardware cryptographic devices, of JEE
components and was recently certified at Common Criteria level EAL4+.
This talk will give an overview of what CESeCore is and what it can be
used for. It will also share experiences about Common Criteria
certification, what it is, what's good and what's bad, and challenges
involved for open source software.
On 11/01/2011 12:36 PM, Martin Paljak wrote:
> 1. I filed for a security devroom again, I hope it will be accepted
> (hey, they even resurrected the mailing list). The theme of the devroom
> is "(hardware) security / crypto"
> 2. The scheme is the same as last year, except there should be a
> (different) room for two days, where the second day will be pure hands
> on hacking. I plan to bring a bunch of different hardware and I hope to
> see many people from different projects and hopefully we can even have a
> short hackathon there.
> 3. Please distribute at relevant lists/forums/groups links
> - to the mailing list at 
> - to the wiki 
> 4. If you have a talk proposal, please send a short description of it to
> the same list or add it to the currently empty wiki page  following
> basically the same CFP as last year . Also, feel free to voice your
> interests either on the list or in the wiki. For example, I'm personally
> interested in hearing something about CESECORE  and Android(/smart
> cards, like ), hopefully this helps to send the word around that we
> actually could see people associated with such efforts.
>  https://lists.fosdem.org/mailman/listinfo/security-devroom
>  http://www.opensc-project.org/opensc/wiki/FOSDEM2012
>  https://www.opensc-project.org/opensc/wiki/FOSDEM2011/CFP
>  https://www.cesecore.eu/
>  http://code.google.com/p/seek-for-android/
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