Ultra-secure Linux evolves for the enterprise

Friday, 7 April 2006, 12:20 AM EST

Linux and open-source developers are working to make Linux security tools developed by the National Security Agency more accessible and usable by regular system administrators and application developers. Software developers and users discussed how SE Linux is evolving, and the benefits - and potential pitfalls - it could introduce when deployed in an enterprise data center.

At Computerworld.

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