This Sub-Committee will develop and describe the security architecture, functional security requirements, and implementation recommendations for Akraino. Security encompasses both platform and network security.
Sub-Committee Chair: Ken Yi. Elected on 12/3/2018. Stepped Down 11/5/19
Please join the Security Sub-Committee mail list by self-adding within the Akraino Mail List Sub-Groups page.
Note: Please ensure that both the name and email address for each member is listed on each sub-committee membership wiki page in order to properly set up CIVS voting when required.
Interested parties sign up:
|Self Nominate for Chair (Y/N)||Self Nominate for Co-Chair (Y/N)||Bio/Photo|
|Shu Lin||Palo Alto Networksfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ken Yi||Didi US Labsemail@example.com|
|Wenhui Zhang||Penn Statefirstname.lastname@example.org||Wenhui Zhang|
|Qasim Arham||Juniper Networksemail@example.com|
|Haitao Wang||Intelfirstname.lastname@example.org||haitao wang||Y|
I am part of the open-source data-centric software stack team in Software, Service, Product group, Intel. I worked mostly in edge-computing, NFV, IoT security.
|Yang (Gabriel) Yu||Huaweiemail@example.com||Yang (Gabriel) Yu|
|Nilanjan Samajdar||Altranfirstname.lastname@example.org||Nilanjan Samajdar|
Principal Systems Engineer
Altran,Research & Innovation Group
|Randy Stricklin||AT&Temail@example.com||Randy Stricklin||Y|
Lead Member of Technical Staff, AT&T
I am a member of the Chief Security Office (CSO) at AT&T. My current focus is on Cloud/Microservices Security, Public Cloud/Third Party Cloud Security, Network DDoS Protection, and ONAP Security.