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Securing Cyberspace with Open Source Software (2012)
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Cybersecurity is a big expensive problem and keeping pace with ever-increasing threats can seem impossible, if not unaffordable, for most organizations. Open source provides solutions to a range of threats, and the barrier to acquisition and deployment is low. What OSS solutions are your organization using? What works, what doesn’t? And what OSS products are missing from the “Cyber Security Stack”? IT professionals, agency personnel, open source devs, policy and strategy folks interested in cyber security please join us. Bring your experience and advice, your questions and suggestions to this Birds of a Feather session hosted by the Department of Homeland Security Open Source Technology (HOST) program.
Your session hosts from the HOST team include Joshua Davis, open source cybersecurity expert from Georgia Tech Research Institute; Deb Bryant, international government open source expert; John Weathersby, Open Source Software Institute executive director.