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Monday, June 1 • 15:00 - 15:50
The Role of Linux Integrity Measurement Architecture (IMA) in Automotive System Security - Petko Manolov, Konsulko Group

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This session will explore Linux IMA, an open source trusted computing component with three main goals: integrity, authenticity and confidentiality. Linux IMA is a component of the kernel’s integrity subsystem, which has support for detecting files that have been accidentally or maliciously altered. IMA operates on local files, appraising a file’s characteristics against a “known-good” value, thus enforcing local file integrity. These features are complementary to Mandatory Access Control (MAC) protections provided by LSM modules such as SELinux and SMACK.

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Petko Manolov

Chief Security Architect, Konsulko Group
Petko Manolov first started working on the Linux kernel in 1995 when hacking on his CD-ROM/Sound Blaster driver. By 2000, Petko was working on putting embedded Linux in various commercial products and it’s around this time that he started to work on Linux security for the data and paid TV services market. A successful entrepreneur of a security company in that market, Petko is also the managing director of the Konsulko Group branch in... Read More →


Monday June 1, 2015 15:00 - 15:50
Neptune

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