| You will learn: |
- Why open source development is critical to security innovation and homeland defense.
- How the highest levels of software integrity, design quality, and responsiveness are mandated by the open source community.
- Open source approaches to addressing security challenges and policy requirements.
- How collaboration and standardization is increasing vulnerability accountability and responsiveness.
October 29, 2002 8:00am
Continental Breakfast and Registration 9:00am
Professor Bill Caelli
School of Software Engineering and Data Communications
Defense Information Systems Agency - Department of Defense's Common Operating Environment (COE)
Open Source Security Architecture 12:00pm Buffet Lunch and Networking 1:15pm
National Cybersecurity Office
Steven M. Christey
Principal Information Security Engineer
Security and Information Operations Division, MITRE Corporation
Shawn V. Hernan
Cert Coordination Center
Red Hat, Inc.
Senior Director of Engineering