SELinux Symposium Agenda released

Frank Mayer mayerf at
Wed Dec 7 20:57:34 UTC 2005

All, FYI, the agenda for the 2nd SELinux Symposium has been released. Below
is a copy of the press release. Frank

Speakers Confirmed for the Second 
Security-Enhanced Linux Symposium and Developer Summit

Baltimore, Md. - (December 7, 2005) - The Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
Symposium announces papers and speakers for its second annual symposium.
Experts from business, government, and academia will share and discuss the
latest SELinux research and development results, application experience, and
product plans. The event explores the emerging SELinux technology and the
power of flexible mandatory access control in Linux. Registration for the
SELinux Symposium, scheduled for February 27-March 3, 2006 in Baltimore,
Maryland, will open soon at

The Second SELinux Symposium features two full days of SELinux-related
tutorials followed by a two-day technical agenda that includes papers,
presentations, and case studies by experts and practitioners with SELinux.
Topics for the symposium include in-depth discussions of the core SELinux
technology, emerging SELinux policy management and development tools,
experiences using SELinux to build secure system solutions, and the status
of SELinux within Linux. New this year is an invitation-only SELinux
developer summit, where the core developers and contributors of SELinux
discuss upcoming technology changes, requirements, and plans. 

Papers for the symposium were selected via a community review process, and
include authors from several organizations including IBM, MITRE Corporation,
Pennsylvania State University, Purdue University, Red Hat, Tresys
Technology, Trusted Computer Solutions, University of Illinois, University
of Tulsa, University of Wisconsin, and the U.S. National Security Agency.
The full agenda for the symposium is available at

About the SELinux Symposium
The Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) Symposium is an annual exchange of
ideas, technology, and research involving SELinux. SELinux is technology
that adds flexible, strong mandatory access control security to Linux. The
Second Symposium is scheduled for February 27-March 3, 2006 in Baltimore,
Maryland and is sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Red Hat, Tresys
Technology, and Trusted Computer Solutions. The event brings together
experts from business, government, and academia to share research,
development, and application experiences using SELinux. For information on
registration and sponsorship opportunities, see or
info at

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