Novell takes enterprise security focus

Thursday, 17 February 2005, 3:16 PM EST

Novell is using the platform of this week's LinuxWorld show to roll out a string of products and open source activities aimed at boosting Linux security, in many cases to enterprise levels.

Related announcements range from "Novell Security Manager, powered by Astaro" to CAPP/EAL4+ security certification; a major data center Linux initiative; the security-enhanced, dual-kernel Open Enterprise Server; and Novell's contribution of some of its eDirectory code to the FreeRadius and Samba open source projects.

By Jacqueline Emigh at Linux Planet.

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