All and all, this plan below sounds pretty sound. Perhaps we can even see Red Hat take a firmer lead and help encourage hardware and software companies to think Linux? For now though, the certification setup will undoubtedly do just fine.
Red Hat Inc., at the RSA Conference 2006, has announced the achievements and plans that it is making to further fortify the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform.
The company had launched the ‘Security in a Networked World’ initiative for Linux and open source security in August 2005. Since then Red Hat has been working to increase platform-level security, provide increased security for all applications on the Red Hat platform and achieve the highest levels of security certifications in the industry.
“End-user security, applications and data remain the core focus of the Red Hat Security in Networked World initiative. With the continued expansion of Red Hat Enterprise Linux powering both server and desktop solutions for customers, protecting all aspects of system resources remains a top priority,” said Paul Cormier, executive vice president of engineering at Red Hat. [Read the rest]
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