IBM, Red Hat get high security certification

Tuesday, 31 August 2004, 1:08 PM EST

IBM and Red Hat say that they have jumped through the rigorous Common Criteria security certifications used by the U.S. government to certify if a particular server and operating system stack is secure enough for deployment in sensitive situations.

The Common Criteria certification is the result of the merging of security standards from North American and European governments. It is used by governments to separate products that have demonstrated their security, as audited by expert third parties, from those products that cannot or have not attained the certification.

At Computer Business Review.

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