Achieving Community Goals with Fedora

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tenzin
chokden
Malware Analyst
Central Tibetan Administration

I works as a  Malware Analyst for Central Tibetan Administration ( CTA ) exiled Tibetan Government. I am a open source enthusiast, a contributor to the Fedora Security Lab and use open source tools in my personal and professional life.

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tnzchok
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Tenzin Chokden is a Malware Analyst who works for Central Tibetan Administration ( CTA ) exiled Tibetan Government. He is an open source enthusiast, a contributor to the Fedora Security Lab and uses open source tools in his personal and professional life. Open Source Security Test Tools and Methods are essential to provide protection and resilience unbiased from the commercial agenda┬┤s of the security solution industry.

The Tibetan community is one of the most targeted areas and has been the focal point of brazen computer spying network called GhostNet in the past years. It has safeguarded itself with help of open source tools and the fedora community.

With examples from GhostNet, one of the biggest cyber spying network discovered yet in the world, this session gives an introductions to people how they can use Open Source to improve their security-controls, mitigate attacks and build a community to use the power of open source communities. This sessions is an invitation to all who want to learn about the tibetan community and how they can use and integrate open source into their daily life and organizations to meet their needs.

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Talk
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Experience level: 
Intermediate