Ubuntu: What’s the security story?

Ellen Arnold

on 2 December 2017

Of course you know Ubuntu. Your developers use it everywhere. But you’re from an enterprise, where the IT Security team has the final say. As they should. Before your app built on Ubuntu can go into production, you need their signoff. So what’s the security story with Ubuntu? How is it hardened? Are there best practices around patch management? What about standards and compliance? How can Canonical help? In this webinar, join Dustin Kirkland to learn:

  • How Ubuntu is secured out of the box
  • How we ensure that we are compliant
  • How Canonical ensure customers get a first class support experience
  • Why Ubuntu has the leading edge in security

This webinar was part of our Ubuntu Enterprise Summit, December 2017.

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