OCB: Introduction to Keylime - Axel Simon and Luke Hinds (Red Hat)

OCB: Introduction to Keylime - Axel Simon and Luke Hinds (Red Hat)

Keylime is a CNCF hosted project that provides a highly scaleable remote boot attestation and runtime integrity measurement solution. Keylime enables users to monitor remote nodes using a hardware based cryptographic root of trust

Keylime is a CNCF hosted project that provides a highly scaleable remote boot attestation and runtime integrity measurement solution. Keylime enables users to monitor remote nodes using a hardware based cryptographic root of trust. Keylime was originally born out of the security research team in MIT's Lincoln Laboratory. In this session, our guest speakers will give us an introduction to Keylime and demostrate it in action.

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