Bheem OS - A next-generation reasonably secure OS using Rust MicroVMs
Bheem OS is a next-generation reasonably secure operating system. It takes the security by isolation principle from Qubes OS further by virtualizing every application and most OS functions into rust MicroVMs. In doing this, it is surprisingly able to provide more usability and performance thanks to kvm, virtio and crosvm and improved architecture.
In this talk, we will:
Overall this talk will introduce the user to a new realm in the Operating system that one can download and use right now, at least a beta version of it.
Subash is a privacy and security enthusiast Security Engineer at Appsecco. As an avid security enthusiast and a passionate developer, he enjoys developing meaningful solutions to real-world security problems. He is currently working on solving security problems at a cloud-scale and exploring solutions to improve intelligent automation using AI. During his free time, he loves to explore and research new and upcoming technologies. Introduced to the world of security by null Open Security Community, he is on track to actively contribute back by presenting at various meetups and conferences and has given talks at null Bangalore and the Serverless Summit. He has also contributed to open-source security tools such as OWASP Threat Dragon and DVNA.
Akram is a research student at the University of Calgary and is an avid open source contributor. With his experience in enterprise software, systems, web, and hardware development, he has more than equipped himself to solve the next big thing.