Time: 18:00 - 19:00
"Functional, free and secure by default", OpenBSD remains a crucial yet
largely unacknowledged player in the open source field. This talk aims
to highlight the project's signature security features and development
practices -- razor sharp focus on correct and secure code coupled with
continuing code audit -- as well as the project's role as source of
innovation in security practices and 'upstream' source for numerous
widely used components such as OpenSSH, PF, LibreSSL and others.
About the speaker:
Peter Hansteen is Unix sysadmin and free software enthusiast who
lectures and blogs about security and sane systems (or lack of both) in
IT. Peter's main claim to fame is that he wrote The Book of PF
(https://nostarch.com/pf3) about his favorite tool and that his laptop
was once pinged via carrier pigeon (see
This event is a part of the Media City Bergen Future Week, 27 September - 1 October. 50+ events will be taking place inside the Media City Bergen building, Oslo and Stavanger - all focused on topics that challenge our common future as it is driven and shaped by technology.