Contributed by Dengue on from the NY dept.
The following is a New York City public service announcement from the New York City *BSD Users Group . This month it is not as OBSD related as February's meeting. With your indulgence, Jose.
What: NYCBUG.org Monthly Meeting Topic: CryptoGraphic Disk Device (CGD) When: Wednesday, March 3rd, 7PM Where: The meeting will be held at the offices of SageSecure, LLC at 116 W. 23rd Street, west off 6th Avenue. Fifth floor. Who: Roland Dowdeswell Cost: Free and open to the public NYCBUG.org (pronounced nice-bug) New York City *BSD Users Group Introduced in the `NetBSD -current' source code tree and part of the upcoming 2.0 release, the CryptoGraphic Disk Device (CGD) provides cryptographic security for data stored on hard drives. The presentation will cover the following: 1. the high level design of CGD, 2. threat models, 3. comparison with both other cryptographic disk drivers and file systems, and 4. how to use CGD, and make sure that you are using it securely. For background information on CGD please refer to http://www.Imrryr.org/~elric/cgd/ For further meeting information visit http:/www.nycbug.org/ . This meeting is free and open to the public. We kindly endorse the distribution of this announcement among your colleagues, and potential *BSD users. Thank you."
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