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RE: [OCLUG-Tech] Local SELINUX Training

Hi Eric,

I don't know about SELinux but my co-worker and I recently took two courses from http://www.savoirfairelinux.com/ Ottawa office and we both thought it was great. The teacher is Alexandre Miege and he has a PHD in Information Security + he is a Linux guru so you might want to check them out.

They are on Slater.

Andre Gregoire, CCNA, A+
Electronic Evidence Investigator
Competition Bureau
andre [ dot ] gregoire [ at ] cb-bc [ dot ] gc [ dot ] ca
Telephone 819-953-7081
Government of Canada

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Sent: February 17, 2010 1:12 PM
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Subject: [OCLUG-Tech] Local SELINUX Training


I'm working for a government department slowly moving more of
their essential services to linux boxes.  This use to be an adhoc process
but we would like to start creating and enforcing certain policies for these
servers.  What we're looking for is a formal SELinux training course offered
around the ottawa area, it doesn't have to be in ottawa, but less then 5
hours travel time would be preferred.  If anyone knows of a formal SELinux
course, or even just general linux hardening, please let me know.

Thank you,

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