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Tuesday, March 24 • 6:40pm - 7:40pm
BoFs: Cryptography and Randomness - Jesse Zbikowski

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Cryptography and Randomness (Jesse Zbikowski, Open Automation) - A forum to discuss the crypto capabilities of the Linux kernel, including movitivation and use of the new getrandom(2) system call, and hardware (true physical) random number generation. Also of interest may be: userspace crypto libraries such as NaCl; crypto implementations in newer languages like Mozilla's Rust; design philosophy for crypto libraries and best practices; and verified software builds.

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Jesse Zbikowski

Jesse Zbikowski serves as chairman of the Open Automation Working Group's reference platform comittee, whose chief activity is defining an Internet-of-Things stack from microcontroller to cloud using open source components. Stephen Okay is an award-winning robotics engineer and software lead at Cratus Technologies, bringing up ARM microcontroller systems for IoT applications.

Tuesday March 24, 2015 6:40pm - 7:40pm
Ballroom Salon 4

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