This was my presentation at the 2012 EuroBSDCon in Warsaw, Poland. I’ve been meaning to write more extensively on this subject, but never got around to it. I just watched through the video twice, and it was a lot less cringe-inducing than I expected (especially when you consider that I was sick and sleep-deprived when I gave it).
Towards the end, I got a question about Apple’s security framework. In my answer, I referred to it as CDDL. That was a slip of the tongue; I was referring to CDSA, which is actually an Open Group specification which Apple implemented and open-sourced. Furthermore, CDSA does not to everything I said it does. However, Apple built their Security Services Framework (described in their Authentication, Authorization and Permissions Guide and various other documents) on top of CDSA; so the combination of CDSA and what Apple added on top does everything from key management to authentication and authorization.
My presentation at the 2013 EuroBSDCon in St Julians, Malta will continue where I left off last year, outlining a concrete solution based on the principles set forth in the second part of last year’s presentation (starting at 32:06).