Russell Coker has been working on SE Linux since mid 2001. He added SE
Linux support to the Debian distribution http://www.debian.org/ which
was the first distribution to have SE Linux support. After he got SE
Linux working in Debian he started running SE Linux "play" machines to
demonstrate the power of SE Linux by giving root access to the world
with only SE Linux to protect the system. He has worked mostly full-
time on writing SE Linux policy since 2001.
Russell has been working for Red Hat for over a year on SE Linux
integration into Fedora http://www.fedora.redhat.com/ and Red Hat
Enterprise Linux http://www.redhat.com/software/rhel/ .
Russell has presented papers on SE Linux at Ottawa Linux Symposium
http://www.linuxsymposium.org/ and Linux Kongress
http://www.linuxkongress.de/ as well as giving talks to several LUGs and
to the Cambridge University computer security group.
Prior to working on SE Linux Russell worked in senior technical
positions for several European ISPs.