Fall 2018 UEFI Plugfest, presentations uploaded

The slides from the last UEFI Forum plugfest are now online.

* State of the UEFI – Dong Wei (UEFI Forum Vice President)
* Increasing Risks to UEFI Firmware Due to Growing Attack Surfaces – Glenn Plant (Phoenix)
* UEFI Updates and Secure Software Isolation on Arm – Dong Wei (Arm)
* UEFI and the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) – Trevor Western (Insyde)
* Advanced Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Usage – HPBird Chen (AMI)
* Building Customized Tests with Firmware Test Suite – Alex Hung (Canonical)
* System Firmware and Device Firmware Updates Using Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Capsules – Brian Richardson (Intel)
* Capsule Update with MM Mode – Udit Kumar and Meenakshi Aggarwal (NXP)
* How Writing Portable UEFI Drivers Improves Reliability (and Helps Me) – Leif Lindholm (Linaro)
* TianoCore Updates: Tags, Testing & Platforms – Brian Richardson (Intel) and Leif Lindholm (Linaro)


Hopefully the videos will show up here shortly, as they normally do:


UEFI Plugfest slides uploaded


Tim Lewis of Insyde has a blog post with an update for the UEFI plugfest. *Multiple* presentations on security!!

 State of UEFI – Mark Doran (Intel)
 Keynote: China Information Technology Ecosystem – Guangnan Ni (Chinese Academy of Engineering).
 The Role of UEFI Technologies Play in ARM Platform Architecture – Dong Wei (ARM)
 ARM Server’s Firmware Security – Zhixiong (Jonathan) Zhang, Cavium
 SMM Protection in EDK II – Jiewen Yao (Intel)
 Server RAS and UEFI CPER – Mao Lucia and Spike Yuan (Intel)
 A More Secure and Better User Experience for OS-based Firmware Update – David Liu (Phoenix)
 UEFI and IoT: Best Practices in Developing IoT Firmware Solutions – Hawk Chen (Byosoft)
 Establishing and Protecting a Chain of Trust with UEFI – David Chen (Insyde)
 Implementation of Hypervisor in UEFI Firmware – Kangkang Shen (Huawei)
 Lessons Learned from Implementing a Wi-Fi and BT Stack – Tony Lo (AMI)
  UEFI Development Anti-Patterns – Chris Stewart (HP)


UEFI Forum plugfest videos online

The PDFs of the presentations were uploaded earlier, now the videos are online on YouTube.

The presentations are all very interesting. The Microsoft talk gives more background on clarifying the “Secure Boot” golden keys being leaked. Style points go to that speaker with his ‘golden key’ necklace. 🙂