I've been in and around Open Source since around 1997, and have been running (GNU) Linux as my main desktop at home and work since then: not always easy...  I'm a security bod and architect, co-founder of the Enarx project, and am currently CEO of a start-up in the Confidential Computing space.  I have a blog - "Alice, Eve & Bob" - where I write (sometimes rather parenthetically) about security.  I live in the UK and like single malts.

Authored Content

Working on a team, busy worklife

The open source community manager wears many hats.
Stickers from all different open source projects and communities

I can buy my own t-shirts, but friendships need nurturing.
Two hands holding a resume with computer, clock, and desk chair

Let's look beyond exam scores and hire open source candidates based on their ability and potential.
Puzzle pieces coming together to form a computer screen

The smaller your TCB, the less there is to attack, and that's a good thing.
Looking at a map for career journey

Apply GET/SET principles to connecting with open source projects.

Contributed Content

Person in a field of dandelions

Top authors on Opensource.com have new levels of access, support, and exclusive opportunities.
Getting started with DevSecOps

This guide will help you get started with DevSecOps.
Locks on a bridge in Paris

Learn the basic concepts behind cryptography, with a focus on confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity.