Improving your openSUSE workstation security
Frederic Crozat has been involved in Linux for more than 15 years, For 9 years, he was a member of GNOME Release Team.
During GNOME 3 development, he created a GNOME 3 live image (based on openSUSE) to help people test GNOME 3 before it was released.
Since mid 2010, he joined SUSE to workon various topics on SUSE Linux distributions, including Meego, systemd, Secure Boot.
He is currently Release Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED).
This talk will describe several techniques (some easy, some requiring more expertise) on how you can easily secure your openSUSE system. We will also see how some tools can help you securing most of the accounts you might be using to access other systems or Internet services, to limit password leak damages.
You will learn about on-disk encryption, password managers, multi-factor authentication (including FIDO alliance), GPG and ssh.
This talk is mostly end-user / desktop oriented and not server oriented.
- 2015 May 3 13:15
- 30 min
- Third room
- openSUSE Conference
- Development, Technology & Security