Markham has been participating in the Mozilla project for over a decade, and has acquired an eclectic collection of responsibilities. In 2005 he wrote a proposal for what eventually became Content Security Policy (CSP), a way for websites to specify security requirements for browsers to enforce, which is now a W3C Candidate Recommendation. He is a member of the Mozilla security group, acts as a Mozilla representative in the CAB Forum, and leads Mozilla's incident response for CA-related security incidents.
Gerv ’s sessions at Europe 2012
Cracked SSL? - STAR-108 Europe 2012