FIPS certification for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Canonical has received FIPS 140-2, Level 1 certification for cryptographic modules in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, with FIPS-validated OpenSSL-1.1.1. modules included. This certification enables organisations to meet compliance requirements within the public sector, healthcare and finance industries when utilising Ubuntu 18.04 LTS within public and private cloud environments. Canonical worked with U.S. Government and BSI accredited […]

CVE patching is not making your Linux secure

Would you like to enhance your Linux security? Do you wonder what factors should be considered when evaluating your open source security from both – the infrastructure and the application perspectives? Are you keen to learn the Ubuntu security team approach? I’ve learned that CVE patching is indeed an important puzzle, but without a structured […]

CVE patching alone is not making your Linux secure

Would you like to enhance your Linux security? Do you wonder what factors should be considered when evaluating your open source security from both – the infrastructure and the application perspectives? Are you keen to learn the Ubuntu security team approach? I’ve learned that CVE patching is indeed an important puzzle, but without a structured […]

Canonical at TechWeek Frankfurt

Date: Nov 13-14Location: Messe Frankfurt, Frankfurt, GermanyBooth: 957 The TechWeek Frankfurt trade show will explore solutions to technology challenges organisations face across cloud computing and security, DevOps practices, Big Data management and more. With these major infrastructure themes in mind, the Ubuntu and Canonical team is hosting a session on The 10 new rules of […]

Canonical publishes auto-apply vulnerability patch for Kubernetes

Charmed distribution of Kubernetes clusters auto-apply vulnerability patches for CVE-2018-1002105 On December 3 2018,  the Kubernetes project disclosed a security vulnerability in all versions of its popular container orchestration software. The vulnerability, CVE-2018-1002105, exists in the Kubernetes API server, and allows an attacker to send arbitrary requests to backend cluster services, such as kubelets. The […]

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