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Friday, October 25 • 10:40am - 11:30am
Linux and the Automotive Security Lab - Nathan Willis, LWN.net

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This talk is an analysis of white papers and published research that have disclosed security vulnerabilities in deployed automotive computing systems over the past three years, including the attacks successfully implemented and the unclosed security holes.  While many of systems found to be vulnerable are not Linux-based platforms, the lessons learned illustrate which issues automotive Linux vendors can expect to see as well.  We will look at how the Linux stack can address the published findings, with particular attention paid to LSMs, containerization features, and networking. 


Nathan Willis

Editor, LWN.net
Nathan Willis is a free-software journalist, part-time automotive hacker, and part-time developer of open-source fonts. He has spoken at linux.conf.au, Linux Plumbers Conference, the Automotive Linux Summit, SCALE, and Libre Graphics Meeting, and has spoken and keynoted at GUADEC.

Friday October 25, 2013 10:40am - 11:30am

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