SELinux Symposium - Call for papers reminder

SELinux Symposium Chair chair at
Thu Sep 1 18:59:36 UTC 2005

This is a reminder that paper proposals for the Second Security Enhanced
Linux Symposium are due on September 19, 2005. For more information or 
to submit your proposal please visit 
The full text of the call is included below for reference.

Call for Papers

The call for papers for the Second Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
Symposium is now open. The Symposium is scheduled for February 28-March
2, 2006, at the Wyndham Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. The event is
the only of its kind to examine SELinux and the power of the flexible
mandatory access control security it brings to Linux.  Last year's
inaugural symposium was a tremendous success providing the SELinux
development and user community the opportunity to discuss related
research results, development plans, and applications.

Any topics relating to SELinux technology, flexible mandatory access
control, and its application to real-world problem are of interest for
this symposium. Such topic include:

	+ Innovations and advancement in SELinux technology
	+ Use and application of SELinux and Type Enforcement
	+ SELinux development experiences and tools
	+ Use and Configuration of MLS and RBAC in securing systems
	+ Updates on the various Linux distributions using SELinux
	+ Practical "root"-less system administration policies
	+ Case studies and application experience SELinux
	+ Related research and development activities
	+ Tools and products supporting/using SELinux
	+ Security evaluation and certification issues
	+ User and customers concerns and needs
	+ Tutorials

No marketing pitches will be accepted.

The call for papers is open until September 19, 2005. For additional
information and submittal requirements, see

Technical Committee:

	Joshua Brindle, Tresys
	Russell Coker, Red Hat
	Chad Hanson, TCS
	Trent Jaeger, Penn State University
	Pete Loscocco, NSA
	Karl MacMillan, Tresys
	Frank Mayer (Chair), Tresys
	James Morris, Red Hat
	Doc Shankar, IBM
	Stephen Smalley, NSA
	Daniel Walsh, Red Hat

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