What is the security level of Linux?

If you're in the government, and you really need to know this information, each vendor has to apply for their own certification, so you should be asking the vendor. It can be extremely secure, or it can be wide open.
A non-networked Linux system is probably around a C2, but I don't think anyone has actually forked over the money required to have it certified.
If you're in the government, and you really need to know this information, each vendor has to apply for their own certification, so you should be asking the vendor. It can be extremely secure, or it can be wide open.
A non-networked Linux system is probably around a C2, but I don't think anyone has actually forked over the money required to have it certified.