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2006 Security Enhanced Linux Symposium Announcement

The Second Security Enhanced Linux Symposium is scheduled for 28 February - 2 March 2006 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Last year's inaugural symposium was a tremendous success providing the SELinux development and user community the oppertunity to discuss related research, development plans, and applications. In the second Symposium, we will build upon that success with a special focus on applications of SELinux to solve real-world security challenges. The Symposium is an opportunity to learn about SELinux and share technical and application experiences.

The Symposium is a 3-day conference, with one day for tutorials and two days for technical presentations and interchange. The call for papers will be released in the coming weeks. For additional information see the Symposium's web site at or e-mail at

Technical Committee:
  • Joshua Brindle, Tresys
  • Russell Coker, Red Hat
  • Chad Hanson, TCS
  • Trent Jaeger, IBM
  • 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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