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The Linux Security Summit (LSS) is a technical forum for collaboration between Linux developers, researchers, and end users with the primary aim of fostering community efforts in analyzing and solving Linux security challenges.

LSS is where key Linux security community members and maintainers gather to present and discuss their work and research to peers, joined by those who wish to keep up with the latest in Linux security development and who would like to provide input to the development process.

Other Linux Foundation events (16):

Past event
Past event

Videos from the conference (18):

Deep Analysis of Exploitable Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities 2017-2019 - Tong Lin & Luhai Chen, Intel
Exploiting Race Conditions Using the Scheduler - Jann Horn, Google
Dealing with Uninitialized Memory in the Kernel - Alexander Potapenko, Google
A New Proposal for Protecting Kernel Data Memory - Igor Stoppa, Huawei
Tracing: The Bane of You Security Folks - Steven Rostedt, VMware Inc
Kernel Runtime Security Instrumentation - KP Singh, Google