Open Source Security Day on Google Open Source Live

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Thu, Jun 3, 9:00 AM (PDT)

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IMPORTANT NOTE: After you RSVP here you MUST directly register on http://goo.gle/SecurityDay to gain access to the event.

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[How to Register]

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Join us for the ninth Google Open Source Live event in our series; “Open Source Security Day on Google Open Source Live”!

Google data analytics experts will share updates on everything from supply chain security to a memory safe future.

Throughout the event, our speakers will answer your questions via the Live Q&A Forum. We’ll wrap up the event with an After Party on Google Meet for an opportunity to connect with the speakers and other attendees.

Event: Open Source Security Day on Google Open Source Live

Date: Thursday, June 3 at 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST

Agenda:

9:00 am Opening

Anne Bertucio, Program Manager (Google)

Dan Lorenc, Software Engineer (Google)


9:03 am Session 1: What’s the Deal with Supply Chain Security?

We will discuss the current problems facing Open Source security, and what we can do about it as an industry!

Dan Lorenc, Software Engineer, (Google)


9:25 am Session 2: Improving Open Source Vulnerability Management

Vulnerability management is hard for both users and maintainers of open source. This session talks about two open source initiatives that we've been working on to improve how vulnerabilities are shared and disclosed.

Oliver Chang, Software Engineer, (Google)

Anne Bertucio, Program Manager (Google)


9:47 am Session 3: Open Source Insights: Understanding your Dependencies

Creating software is more complex than ever. Software dependencies, including transitive ones, can often present surprising legal or security risks. Open Source Insights provides tools for understanding dependencies, helping developers build and maintain healthier software.

Nicky Ringland, Product Manager (Google)


10:09 am Session 4: Towards a Memory Safe Future

Memory safety vulnerabilities are a threat to the Internet's software infrastructure, its users, and our society. We'll talk about how to move the Internet away from code that isn't memory-safe. We have the knowledge and tools, let’s get to work!

Josh Aas, Executive Director (ISRG and Let’s Encrypt)


10:30 am After Party on Google Meet

11:00 am End

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[How to Register]

Register to attend here: http://goo.gle/SecurityDay

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IMPORTANT NOTE: After you RSVP here you MUST directly register on http://goo.gle/SecurityDay to gain access to the event.


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    Rio Waller

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    Anna Ingels

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  • Jennifer Brookshire

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    Jennifer Brookshire Rusnak

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    Csaba Toth

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