The agenda for the 2007 SELinux Symposium has been published. Should be a solid couple of days for learning about the latest engineering & research efforts in the SELinux community. I’ll be especially interested in the SEDarwin talk, and also seeing what Karl has been doing with his new automated policy generation tool, Madison.
Speaking of whom, a sample chapter of SELinux by Example has been made available online.
We got jwz’d. Awesome.