Coreboot conference San Francisco 2016
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Presentations from the 2016 coreboot conference in San Francisco, CA, USA
- Verified Boot: Surviving in the Internet of Insecure Things: Randall Spangler ( slides )
- coreboot on RISC-V: Ron Minnich
- An Open Source Embedded Controller: Bill Richardson ( slides )
- KB9102 EC Firmware Reverse Engineering: Paul Kocialkowski
- Towards (reasonably) trustworthy x86 laptops: Joanna Rutkowska
- Talos, Openpower, and the World Beyond X86: Timothy Pearson ( slides )
- EDK-II & CorebootPayloadPackage: Lee Leahy & Vincent Zimmer
- coreboot on ARM: Julius Werner
- Proposal for Improving Firmware Security in the Industry: Jan Monsch
- RISC-V (Instruction Sets Want to be Free!): Andrew Waterman
- Intel FSP v2.0 Overview: Giri Mudusuru, Vincent Zimmer
- coreboot Internals: Aaron Durbin
- Skylake FSP to coreboot integration overview: Robbie Zhang
- S3 implementation of Braswell: Hannah Williams
Date and time
The date of the coreboot conference was Monday, June 13 to Thursday June 16, 2016.
This conference was hosted by the coreboot project and held in San Francisco, CA, USA at the Google office at 345 Spear St. Google has been a significant contributor to the coreboot project, and several key members of the community work for Google. Google's chromebooks and chromeboxes use coreboot as a significant piece of their verified boot security model.