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Docker and SELinux by Daniel Walsh from Red Hat

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Published on Jul 8, 2014

Mandatory Access Control gives additional security to Docker Containers. This talk explains how Docker can work with SELinux. It will explain how SELinux works, and how docker takes advantage of Type Enforcement for separation between the containerized processes and the host system. It will also explain how to MCS Separation can be used to separate containers from each other. It will also cover topics like how to label content that you want to mount into the container. It will also cover how you could modify the labels to get better sharing or even to run High Level Security on your containers.

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