Tresys offers an advanced 3-day class intended for engineers, and developers who have a background in Linux security. This training provides analysts, engineers, and developers an in-depth overview of the strong access control mechanisms that make SELinux critical to the strongest secure Linux implementations. Sometimes called flexible mandatory access control, these mechanisms implement a policy using type enforcement that limits access of processes to only the information that is needed. This training will help one learn how to analyze, test, configure, modify, and develop SELinux access control policies.
SELinux provides the strongest security for Linux for organizations that require security without compromise.
No classes are currently scheduled for 2013.
For more information about future classes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Frank Mayer, Karl MacMillan, and David Caplan
Written by Tresys engineers and largely based on Tresys' successful training class on SELinux. This is the first and only book that comprehensively explains how to use the power of SELinux to create secure systems. All authors are experts in the field and remain key contributors to SELinux and its continued innovation.Learn More or Buy
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