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Paul Smith: Common Criteria, CSfC Designations Highlight Red Hat’s Commitment to Enterprise Platform Security

Paul Smith SVP Red Hat

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 29, 2020 — Red Hat secured National Information Assurance Partnership certification under the Common Criteria standards for its Enterprise Linux 7.6 operating system following assessment work by Acumen Security, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 15.

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Pivot3 Earns Common Criteria Certification to Support Expanding Edge Computing Use Cases in Multiple Markets; Ben Bolles, Matthew Appler Quoted

Pivot3, with the help of Corsec, has earned the Common Criteria Assurance Assurance Continuity certification for its Acuity 10.6 hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) software platform, Pivot3 announced on Thursday

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Attila Receives NIAP Certification for Two Cybersecurity Offerings; Greg Smith Quoted

The National Information Assurance Partnership has certified two Attila Security offerings for compliance with the NIAP Common Criteria framework. Attila said Thursday the certification makes the Silent Edge Enterprise Server and the GoSilent mobile client eligible for procurement by government agencies.

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Paul Smith: Red Hat Operating System Achieves Common Criteria Security Certification

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 28, 2016 — Red Hat‘s (NYSE: RHT) Linux 7.1 has achieved the Common Criteria Certification at Evaluation Assurance Level 4+ for an unmodified commercial operating system as part of the Operating System Protection Profile,  ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday. The Common Criteria Certification validates the compliance of Linux 7.1 …

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Red Hat JBoss 6.2 Gets EAL 4+ Assurance Rating; Paul Smith Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA April 21, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) said it has earned Common Criteria certification for the latest iteration of its JBoss commercial middleware platform, providing clients a tool with an Evaluation Assurance Level 4+ rating that meets government security standards, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday. Atsec …

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