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With all of our news (see here, and there) around Common Criteria in the last few weeks, we thought you might also be interested in checking out the Red Hat Public Sector Podcast Series to hear more information on our work with both IBM and HP in the public sector. Recently, Chris Runge from Red Hat’s government team caught up with Mary Ann Fisher, IBM’s world-wide program director for Linux in the Public Sector, for a discussion that touches on IBM’s Common Criteria testing along with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, open standards and Cross Domain Solutions.
Then listen to Runge’s conversation with Mike Balma, who formerly served as program manager for government solutions at HP, to hear more about how HP and Red Hat are working together in the public sector on Common Criteria and what Labeled Security Protection Profiles and Role Based Access Controls mean for government customers.
The Red Hat Public Sector Podcast Series is a great way to get more in-depth news from the government team and our partners. We’ll be updating it regularly, so keep on listening.