AppArmor 3 and beyond
riding the Tumbleweed
AppArmor security project and Canonical
John Johansen works for Canonical doing kernel related work for the Ubuntu security team.
John Johansen began working with open source software in the late 80s and began playing with Linux in 93. He completed a masters in mathematics at the University of Waterloo and the began working for Immunix doing compiler hardening, and then AppArmor. After Immunix was acquired by Novell he began working on Suse Linux and in 2009 he joined Canonical as a kernel engineer. He is currently employed by Canonical as a security engineer with a primary focus on supporting the AppArmor project.
There are several changes coming with the release of AppArmor 3. This talk
will cover the changes that AppArmor 3 will bring and how the changes
will affect policy and confinement. It will cover policy versioning, local vs
pre-shipped read-only policy text, improvements in AppArmor policy namespaces, fine grained network and d-bus mediation as well as IMA integration.
- 2018 May 26 16:45
- 30 min
- 105 (Main)
- openSUSE Conference 2018