The Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII), a project managed by The Linux Foundation, is developing a new free Badge Program, seeking input from the open source community on the criteria to be used to determine security, quality and stability of open source software.
IBM launched LinuxONE, a new portfolio of hardware, software and services solutions, providing two distinct Linux systems for large enterprises and mid-size businesses.
Kali Linux, the open source penetration testing platform, has reached version 2.0.
When talking about the Internet of Things - "things" with an embedded computing system able to interoperate within the Internet infrastructure - we usually think about fridges, thermostats, smart cars, garage doors, cameras, and various implants.
The Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII), a project managed by The Linux Foundation that enables technology companies, industry stakeholders and esteemed developers to collaboratively identify and fund critical open source projects in need of assistance, today announced financial support of nearly $500,000 for three new projects to better support critical security elements of today’s global information infrastructure.
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