HP Releases Multi-level Security Services for RHEL5

There is security, and then there is Security. HP, with its new multi-level security services for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 is now offering Common Criteria certified level security for this Linux on its server and desktops.Common Criteria is an ISO security framework standard. It is frequently required in government computing contracts. It is also, […]

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There is security, and then there is Security. HP, with its new multi-level security services for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 is now offering Common Criteria certified level security for this Linux on its server and desktops.

Common Criteria is an ISO security framework standard. It is frequently required in government computing contracts. It is also, historically, difficult for open-source software to obtain, as described briefly in "Free-Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) and Software Assurance" (PDF Link) by David A. Wheeler, an author and software developer.

Erik Lillestolen, HP's government program manager for the open-source & Linux organization, hopes that these new offerings will help get not just HP computers, but Red Hat Linux as well into secure federal government offices.

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