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OpenSSF Day Europe Agenda Now Live

By July 19, 2023Blog
OpenSSF Day EU Agenda Live

By Jennifer Bly, OpenSSF

The OpenSSF Day Europe agenda is now live! We will be hosting a full day of interesting session presentations, panels, and lightning talks on September 18th colocated with Open Source Summit Europe in Bilbao, Spain. Plan to join us to discuss the latest and greatest in ongoing efforts to secure the open source software supply chain.

OpenSSF Day Europe Agenda

The agenda features a number of sessions designed to dig into the state of open source software security, discuss current initiatives, and pave the way for what’s next. We are pleased to announce the following agenda:

Welcome & Opening Remarks – Omkhar Arasaratnam, General Manager, OpenSSF

OSV and the Life of an Open Source Vulnerability – Andrew Pollock, Google

A Beginner’s View of Public Instances – Evan Anderson, Stacklok

Break & Networking

Collaborating Along The Software Supply Chain – Nithya Ruff, Amazon

Trusted Publishing: Lessons from PyPI – William Woodruff, Trail of Bits

In Honk We Trust: Better Build Pipelines – Ram Iyengar, Cloud Foundry Foundation

Exploring the Large Language Models Open-Source Security Landscape – Yotam Perkal, Rezillion


Panel: Navigating Open Source, Open Standards & Government Directives for Better Cybersecurity

  • Panelists:
    • Jeffrey Borek, IBM
    • Sarah Evans, Dell Technologies
    • Christopher (CRob) Robinson, Intel
    • Sachiko Muto, OpenForum Europe & RISE
  • Moderated by Nithya Ruff, Amazon

We Make Python Safer Than Ever – Cheuk Ting Ho & Seth Michael Larson, Python Software Foundation

Unpacking Open Source Security in Public Repos & Registries – Ben Hirschberg, Armo

The Journey of the Node.js Permission Model – Rafael Gonzaga dos Santos Silva, Nearform

Break & Networking

5 Open Source Security Tools All Developers Should Know About – Raz Probstein, Jit

I Drank What? (Or Intel’s Experiences Using OpenSSF Scorecard To Better Secure Our Software Portfolio) – Ryan Ware, Intel Corporation

OpenVEX: Six Months of Progress as an OpenSSF Project – Adolfo García Veytia, Chainguard

The full agenda is available on the event website.

Register Now

Register now to join us for OpenSSF Day EU in Bilbao. The rate to attend is only $25 USD and includes lunch and coffee. Venue information is available on the event website. As a reminder, book your hotel and travel soon before hotel room blocks close.

Thank you to the OpenSSF Day EU Program Committee:

  • Aeva Black, Open Source Hacker
  • Dan Appelquist, Open Source & Open Standards Strategy Director, Snyk
  • Dustin Ingram, Staff Software Engineer at Google & Director at Python Software Foundation
  • Georg Kunz, Open Source Program Manager, Ericsson
  • Ivana Atanasova, Open Source Engineer, VMware
  • Jeffrey Borek, WW Program Director, IBM
  • Lori Lorusso, Open Source Program Manager, JFrog
  • Munawar Hafiz, CEO, OpenRefactory

The Program Committee built an amazing agenda from the nearly 50 sessions that were submitted during the call for proposals. We are looking forward to an exciting day!

This post represents the views of the authors & does not necessarily reflect those of all OpenSSF members.