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IBM Closes its $34 Billion Acquisition of Red Hat: A Monumental Moment for Open Source

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In the tech giant’s largest deal ever and one of the biggest deals in US history, IBM closed its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat on Tuesday July 9, 2019. Red Hat will now be a unit of IBM’s hybrid cloud division and Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst will join IBM’s senior management team. This event has significant meaning that extends beyond is monetary value: it is a testament to the power of Open Source and the opportunity it offers businesses of all sizes across all industries.

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Why Your Current Approach to Email Security May Not Be Enough

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Is your solution doing enough to protect your users? This article helps you to decide.

These days, the words “spam email” and “data breach” are commonplace. With an estimated 3.8 billion email users worldwide (Radicati Group), it is no surprise that scammers and cyber criminals frequently utilize email as a vector to carry out their attacks. Most email users are aware of this exploitation, and many have taken what they believe are the necessary measures to secure their email accounts.

New & Improved LinuxSecurity Site Coming Soon!

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After many months of development by a dedicated team of programmers and beta testers, the new LinuxSecurity is almost ready! With an all new look & feel, organizational changes, security events, and additions to our staff, we hope to better serve the Linux and open source community. Although there are many aesthetic improvements, a major part of our development has focused on creating a content structure and backend system that is easy to update.

LinuxSecurity Migration Announcement

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As Linux and security evolves, so has Linuxsecurity.com!

Since 1996, Linuxsecurity.com has been the most comprehensive resource for all things in the world of security and open source. And as open source continues its rise in securing the world's information, we are continuing our pursuit in being at the forefront of this exciting growth. So we are unveiling the new look of Linux Security.