To address the growing threat of software supply chain attacks, the Linux Foundation announced at the at the Linux Foundation Membership Summit that it is upgrading its LFX Security module to deal with these attacks.
The first Open Networking Summit was held in October 2011 at Stanford University and described as “a premier event about OpenFlow and Software-Defined Networking (SDN)”. Here we are seven and half years later and I’m constantly amazed at both how far we’ve come since then, and at how quickly a traditionally slow-moving industry like telecommunications is embracing change and innovation powered by open source.
Opening the Black Hat Europe conference, founder Jeff Moss cited the 2010 attacks on Google as a point where attacks became more serious, as this enabled people in cybersecurity to “speak to a new audience.”
In case you missed it, videos for Linux Security Summit NA are now available. On Linux.com, we covered a couple of these in depth, including:
Redefining Security Technology in Zephyr and Fuchsia By Eric Brown