I am running a tutorial and giving a talk about SE Linux at SecureCon 2007 .
The tutorial will go for 3 hours on Wednesday the 7th of November and will cover using SE Linux in CentOS 5 and Debian Etch, it will be a hands-on tutorial where every delegate gets ssh access to their own Xen DomU.
The lecture is on Thursday the 8th of November and will be a 45 minute talk with an overview of SE Linux. It will be similar to my speech at the AUUG conference  but probably cover more of the features. The AUUG talk was driven by questions from the audience to spend a lot of time justifying SE Linux design decisions which took time away from other materiel. This wasn’t inherently a problem (I provided the information the audience seemed to want and everyone seemed happy), but I would like to cover more of the features and new developments.