Difference between pages "Personal Crypto & Security BOF" and "Martial Arts BoF"

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Daryl Tester has organised this in previous years and I (Jonathan Oxer) would love it if he did it again, so I'm making this page as a prompt for him ;-)
  
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The Martial Arts BoF is for any practitioner of any martial art to come together, train, share and learn.  If you're a beginner or just mildly curious, you're welcome to come along and participate.
  
We had a personal crypto bof organised at short notice during LCA2014.
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To do: scope out the venue and find a suitable location.
  
The idea is to talk about crypto and security from the perspective of ourselves as skilled end users. No spooks or spook supporters!
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== Details ==
  
Possible topics of discussion:
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* Time: TBD
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* Location: TBD
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* Pick an attack and defence out of your style, and teach it to others.
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* And other random techniques.
  
* 2014 discoveries of major OpenSSL flaws
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* impact of new data retention legislation & new surveillance powers
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* status of projects / products for secure home routers & mesh networking
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Last year we ran the BOF with a semi-formal speaking list to try to ensure that everyone who wants to contribute gets to speak. Adding topics of discussion above will help with facilitation if we do this again.
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Add yourself here.
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* Jon Oxer (jon@oxer.com.au), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Revision as of 18:13, 21 December 2014

Daryl Tester has organised this in previous years and I (Jonathan Oxer) would love it if he did it again, so I'm making this page as a prompt for him ;-)

The Martial Arts BoF is for any practitioner of any martial art to come together, train, share and learn. If you're a beginner or just mildly curious, you're welcome to come along and participate.

To do: scope out the venue and find a suitable location.

Details

  • Time: TBD
  • Location: TBD
  • Pick an attack and defence out of your style, and teach it to others.
  • And other random techniques.

Name and style

Add yourself here.

  • Jon Oxer (jon@oxer.com.au), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu