Saturday, April 24, 2010

Brilliant Day 1 at LinuxFest NorthWest

I had a brilliant first day at LinuxFest NorthWest. I sat through five presentations on privacy and computer security in Haskell 115 at Bellingham Technical College. Brian Alseth of ACLU of Washington delivered the usual terrifying description of how data mining is  destroying privacy.  John Lock talked about Web Commerce Security. Gary Smith of PNL gave and excellent talk on Linux Server Hardening. Hal Pomeranz finished up the day with two hours on SE Linux. Wow! What a beast SE Linux is...

LinuxFest...a great thing.

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