The graphical install BETA version of SE Linux was developed by Westcam, a software development and security firm..
Consistent with open-source programs, the BETA version of SE Linux is being released for appraisal and feedback from the open-source community.
A comprehensive training program for SE Linux is available through the Open Source Development Group, an open-source software training company. The SE Linux Fundamentals course, available now, is a three-day training course that teaches installation and configuration, administration, policies and usage scenarios for SE Linux. An Advanced SE Linux course is under development and will be available in 2003.
If you're interested in samples of the SE Linux Fundamentals Training course, you can download them here.
Security Enhanced (SE) Linux was initially developed as part of a research initiative within the National Security Agency (NSA). In January 2001, the NSA shook the intelligence and IT community by announcing the development and release of SE Linux under the GNU General Public License.