Fedora Launches The "Red Team" For Dealing With Cybersecurity
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 18 September 2017 at 12:28 PM EDT. 20 Comments
The Fedora Red Team is a new special interest group (SIG) within the Fedora ecosystem for dealing with cybersecurity.

The new team's Wiki page explains, "The goal of the Fedora Red Team (FRT) is to become Red Hat's upstream cybersecurity community. This SIG is the community focal point for offensive tooling, exploit curation, standards, and reference architectures."

The Red Team's mission statement comes down to: "To be the catalyst in the enterprise Linux community that enables Computer Network Operations, the open source way."

Jason Callaway of the newly-founded Fedora Red Team has written a blog post this weekend to describe more about the SIG's planned objectives and work.
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