This morning I gave what was a pretty well-received talk about SELinux. We got into the important definitions and pretty down deep into how type enforcement works. Lots of practical examples and fun stuff.
Of course why spend hours coming up with a new slide deck when you can borrow from amazing work done by co-workers. :)
The slide deck I used was a slightly modified deck used (last I know of) for a Red Hat TAM Webinar last April. It also came with a set of lab questions that we didn’t have time to go through today.
And of course, there is the SELinux Coloring Book.
The talk was long for a LUG meeting (right around 90 minutes plus a little follow-up), but the interaction was great and I think we had some good communication going.