[Net-sec-threat-modeling] Reserve slot during the next F2F meeting

Neil Dunbar ndunbar at trustcorsystems.com
Thu May 23 07:58:39 MST 2019

I would have thought that 30 minutes is plenty time.

And yes, we can break out if there is a need to get any other work in.


> On 23 May 2019, at 15:55, Fotis Loukos <fotisl at ssl.com> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> after discussing with Ben and Dimitris, we are able to reserve a slot
> for the threat modeling subgroup during the next F2F meeting.
> For all of you who have not attended a F2F meeting before, during that
> time slot we will be able to present some of our work to the whole CA/B
> Forum, accept questions, and maybe try to get some people to help us. In
> general, we do not do any hands-on work.
> How much time do you think we are going to need? I believe that 20-30
> mins should be ok, and we can have private meetings if we need to do any
> hands-on work.
> Regards,
> Fotis
> --
> Fotis Loukos, PhD
> Director of Security Architecture
> SSL Corp
> e: fotisl at ssl.com
> w: https://www.ssl.com
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