LinuxSecurity.com debuts New Website today
New LinuxSecurity.com features include:Having created a site that satisfies the needs of both IT professionals - including engineers, programmers, designers and system administrators - and those individuals seeking to learn more about security and open source, LinuxSecurity.com has grown to encompass not only the website but also several leading industry email newsletters including Linux Security Newsletter and Security Advisories Weekly. With tens of thousands of weekly recipients, these newsletters represent yet another opportunity to help further the advocacy and adoption of Linux by users everywhere.
"LinuxSecurity.com was created as a result of being unable to find a comprehensive news source dedicated specifically to the Linux and security industries more than eight years ago," stated Wreski, who has authored several definitive works on Linux security-related topics. "It's been great to see how the open source community has truly embraced the site and millions of users have made it their own. I am very proud of the contributions the LinuxSecurity.com team has made to the community and the time spent creating the new site reaffirms Guardian Digital's dedication to ensuring LinuxSecurity.com continues to provide the in-depth coverage our users have come to expect."
To celebrate the launch, many of the open source community's leading visionaries including Jay Beale, Brian Hatch, Lance Spitzner, Paul Vixie and Dave Wreski will be participating in a live panel chat today on the LinuxSecurity.com website (http://www.LinuxSecurity.com) at 4:00PM EST. The chat will be moderated by Robin "Roblimo" Miller, long-time Linux-beat journalist, editor-in-chief of Open Source Technology Group (OSTG) publications including Slashdot, NewsForge, Linux.com and freshmeat.net, and author of the new, hot-selling book "Point and Click Linux" from Prentice Hall.
This inaugural chat kicks off what will become a monthly online event where LinuxSecurity.com members will have the opportunity to interact with and have their questions answered online by leading industry experts. Anyone wishing to participate in the chat event can log on to the LinuxSecurity.com website and submit questions directly to Mr. Miller prior to and during the event.