Computerworld Australia: Red Hat Linux to Gain Security Stamp of Approval
Dec 01, 2003, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat is pushing to have its commercial Enterprise Linux
software certified under the Common Criteria (CC) Scheme worldwide,
and has anticipated the OS solution will gain accreditation by the
end of this year.
"The CC Scheme is designed to test and provide independent,
impartial assessments of IT products. CC security evaluations are
based on an analysis and test of the IT product to judge its
conformance to specified IT security requirements nominated by
participants in the CC scheme..."