slides from today, SeaGL talk, defensive UEFI for sysadmins

I’m giving the below presentation later today at “SeaGL”, pronounced “Seagull”, the Seattle GNU/Linux Conference.

It is based on the presentation given earlier at SASAG.org and BsidesPDX.org. This one is shorter, for a 1-hour timeslot, with more concise NIST advice and “other tools” section, various other cleanups, and a few additions for a Free Software-centric audience.

The Intel LUV team was kind enough to send me some thumbdrives of LUV-live. The first dozen attendees gets a thumbdrive. THANKS, Intel!

https://osem.seagl.org/conference/seagl2015/proposal/4

https://firmwaresecurity.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/20151023-seagl.pdf

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