11:30am–12:10pm Monday, 07/25/2011
Adding security to an existing product is never easy, but our team at Yahoo added strong authentication to Apache Hadoop by integrating it with Kerberos. This project was delivered on time and is currently deployed on all of Yahoo's 40,000 Hadoop computers. Come learn how we added security to and why it matters.
1:40pm–2:20pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
The story about deploying DNSSEC at Mozilla (for mozilla.org), the issues we faced & the mistakes we made.
10:40am–11:20am Wednesday, 07/27/2011
This talk will introduce the new programming language ParaSail which is focused on two themes: programming should be by default parallel, with programmers working harder to make things sequential if necessary, and second, all checks should be performed at compile-time, including checks for race-conditions, uninitialized variables, out-of-bounds array indices, null pointers, numeric overflow, etc.
3:30pm–4:15pm Tuesday, 07/26/2011
Security and open source have a history that goes back to an era long before computers. The story begins with 19th century linguist Auguste Kerckhoffs and his principle that security isn't found in obscurity. We will cover the intertwined and lesser-known history of security and open source from then to now, with his big idea as a guiding principle, making a compelling argument for open source.
11:30am–12:10pm Tuesday, 07/26/2011
Securing your applications can be a painful and confusing process, but it doesn't have to be. Apache Shiro simplifies all aspects of application security without sacrificing power or flexibility. Les Hazlewood, Apache Shiro PMC Chair, will explain all of Shiro's core features and demonstrate how to easily secure your own application- from small mobile to large enterprise applications.