Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a complete portfolio of security technologies with solutions for all facets of your system, data, and communications security challenges.
SELinux continues to introduce and improve innovative security capabilities.
- Greater coverage of system services by SELinux policies makes RHEL 6 more secure and resistant to security exploits, protecting system operation and data.
- SELinux sandboxing allows users to run untrusted applications safely and securely.
The new System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) provides centralized access to identity and authentication resources, and enables caching and offline support. SSSD presents a generalized interface to clients that need identity and authentication, and should be the service of choice for access to identity/authentication services across the enterprise.
This lab gives an overview of the enhancements in RHEL6, plus it offers some hands-on excercises.