In November, the 24th Computing in High Energy & Nuclear Physics (CHEP) conference saw a number of talks in the information security area, including a plenary talk on the importance of a community response to security threats.

In addition, the parallel sessions also had a number of talks both in the operational security as well as trust and identity areas, including updates on:
– the evolution beyond X.509 in the WLCG [1, 2]
– the use of threat intelligence in the WLCG and beyond [3]
– an overview of computer security in 2019 [4]
– developing a new security policy framework for the IRIS eInfrastructure [5]

The track including all these talks can be found here along with many others can be found here.