Trend did a great job of outlining our plan for OSSEC in this post. They begin by describing the Symposium, just as I did in my previous post, then go on to lay out a detailed plan for the future. A key theme is making OSSEC easier to use and more relevant for everyone. How do we get to this future? Well, that depends a lot on the amount of help we can get from the very talented members of the community. Remember, OSSEC is a volunteer community project and we welcome the assistance of anyone who wants to pitch in.
They are also hosting my presentations if you care to have a look. You probably won’t get as much out of them as you would have at the Symposium, since my slides tend to be simple, but the general ideas are there.
Day 1 details my experiences applying OSSEC over the last several years and can be found here.
Day 2 outlines what I think OSSEC can be–an extension of the great community that already exists. Access it here.
Ready to pitch in? Let us know…