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From: Pax Team <teamgrsec <at> gmail.com>
Subject: CFP 15th Linux Kernel Security Conferance
Newsgroups: gmane.linux.kernel
Date: Thursday 7th March 2013 15:04:24 UTC (over 3 years ago)
Dear fellow developers and subscribers,


this year we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Linux Kernel
Security Conference  The LKSC seeks papers from the field of Linux
Kernel Security. We invite submissions on a wide range of security
research, including, but not limited to:

* Kernel based Address Space Layout Randomization
* System level memory management integrity mechanisms
* Next generation user, domain and access controls
* System level policies and enforcement
* Secure virtualization techniques
* Process isolation strategies

Submission

LKSC is a highly selective conference where full papers typically
report novel results firmly substantiated by experimentation,
simulation, or analysis. Submissions can be up to 14 pages in length,
in two-column 10pt format. Note that accepted camera-ready papers will
be 12 pages in length, in two-column format with 9pt font.

Similar to 2012, authors will have the option of submitting a short
rebuttal of the reviews of their paper after the first round of
reviewing has concluded. The goal of the rebuttal process is to allow
authors the opportunity to correct misperceptions, if any, regarding
their paper. Note that submitting a rebuttal is entirely optional.

Venue

This year LKSC will be hold in Amsterdam  at the NH GRAND HOTEL
KRASNAPOLSKY. The hotel is located in the very heart of the city,
right on the central Dam square near many major tourist and business
attractions. Situated in a historical building that dates back to
1865, the hotel combines a traditional feel with the comfort and style
of modern conveniences.

Price

Every Linux kernel maintainer with meaningful contributions to the
security of the Linux kernel will be fully sponsored by the Pax Team.
The LKSC organization team has hired strategically placed bouncers
with bats to improve Linux kernel security and future LKML
discussions.
Attendance is limited to 300 participants.

Keynote and Awarding Ceremonies

The keynote will be given by Sheldon Lee Cooper, Phd, Stanford
University. We will host a panel discussion supported by specially
trained bouncers. Concluding to the keynote hold a public awarding
ceremony with Linus Torwards and Glyn Moody. This marks a very special
event for the LKML, and the end of an era.

We hope to see your submissions soon,
the LKML committeemen
 
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