The SUSE team has announced the release of a new service pack (SP) for SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE).
The new update, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP2, offers security enhancements, downtime techniques, and improvements to ARM platforms.
"Greater security for federal governments and public sector organizations, as well as for others using high security environments with packages ready for FIPS 140-2 certification.
Secure protection against external threats for IBM Z installations with support for IBM Secure Execution and Secure Boot.
Support for a complete and secure offline installation for installations in air-gapped deployments that are typical of military and medical settings.
Protect your data at no extra software cost using cryptctl. Local and remote disk encryption can be configured for all installations, cloud and hybrid installations along with the KMIP key management standard.
Increase the operating time of the Linux system (uptime) up to 12 months, while maintaining the highest security standards with SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching. ”