New CentOS Project licensing policy – Blog.CentOS.org

New CentOS Project licensing policy Monday , 27, April 2020 Karsten Wade announcement Today the CentOS Project is rolling out a comprehensive licensing policy to document how licensing has been conducted normally in the Project, along with filling gaps that are crucial for being a contributor project. Your feedback and Continue Reading

Why CISOs Must Use Automation and AI to Combat Resource Shortages

Today, a major cybersecurity challenge is the accelerated pace of operations and threats. The velocity, variety and sophistication of threats, and the complexity of today’s networks have outpaced the effectiveness of traditional perimeter-based defenses. Data breaches are now considered inevitable and the practical reality is that it is simply impossible Continue Reading

Tapping Veterans’ Unique Skillset to Fill the Cybersecurity Talent Pool

Finding trained security professionals is one of the hardest tasks an organization faces today. Colleges and universities are doing what they can to educate the next crop of cybersecurity professionals, but though graduates may have book knowledge, few have real-world experience and know-how within an enterprise security environment. Part of Continue Reading

Canonical consolidates open infrastructure support and security offerings

29th April, 2019: Canonical today announced Ubuntu Advantage for Infrastructure, a consolidated enterprise security, compliance and support offering that covers the full range of open source infrastructure capabilities for up to 10 years. “A surge of customers adding Ubuntu to their list of officially supported operating systems has given us Continue Reading

Visual Studio Code launches as a snap

4th  April 2019, London, UK – As of today, Microsoft Visual Studio Code is available for Linux as a snap, providing seamless auto-updates for its users. Visual Studio Code, a free, lightweight code editor, has redefined editors for building modern web and cloud applications, with built-in support for debugging, task Continue Reading

GitLab Critical Security Release: 11.6.1, 11.5.6, 11.4.13

Today we are releasing versions 11.6.1, 11.5.6, and 11.4.13 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). These versions contain an important security fix, and we strongly recommend that all GitLab installations be upgraded to one of these versions immediately. The vulnerability details will be made public on our Continue Reading

How to add Centralized Slave DNS to Plesk Multi Server

Hey there fellow Pleskians! Today we’ve been thinking about enhancing Plesk Multi Server with Centralized DNS support. Why? Because you’ll be able to use a single set of name servers for all the domains you host on Plesk Multi Server service nodes. And even if we’re still developing Centralized DNS further, you can Continue Reading

App of the Week: Activity

Welcome to the sixth entry of our ownCloud App of the Week blog series. Today we’d like to introduce the ownCloud Activity Application. It provides a comprehensive overview of all file and folder actions in ownCloud and is also able to trigger automatic Email notifications for defined types of file Continue Reading