Authorization management specialist BeyondTrust has acquired vulnerability management solution provider eEye Digital Security and its plan to offer a context-driven security and compliance solution using eEye technology. BeyondTrust will integrate its PowerBroker family of products with eEye’s Retina CS Vulnerability Management and Analytics solutions.
Almost two years ago, The Linux Foundation launched the Open Compliance Program to help companies manage their end-to-end open source license compliance processes. We have continually added papers, training, tutorials, and dedicated Legal/Compliance session tracks at conferences like Collaboration Summit to help make compliance processes easier to understand, and more cost-effective to imple
One of the stumbling blocks for virtualised desktops is security - conventional anti-malware products aren't designed for this environment. A partnership between McAfee and Citrix has yielded a new and more efficient approach.
From the Linux Foundation Monthly Newsletter: The Linux Foundation is launching a new white paper series focused on the various aspects of ensuring free and open source software compliance in the enterprise.
Software compliance isn’t exactly the sexiest topic we tackle at the Linux Foundation, but it’s one of the most important. While we focus *our* efforts on open source software, the vast majority of software compliance efforts are focused on proprietary licenses.
A number of highly regarded security experts, including F-Secure chief security researcher Mikko Hypponen, have bowed out of the upcoming RSA 2014 security conference, ostensibly to protest the vendor’s recently uncovered $10 million 2006 deal with the National Security Agency (NSA) to embed faulty code into its BSafe security products.