Linux Security Fundamentals

  • 3h 47m
  • David Clinton
  • Sybex
  • 2020

The Sybex™ method for teaching Linux® security concepts

Understanding Linux Security is essential for administration professionals. Linux Security Fundamentals covers all the IT security basics to help active and aspiring admins respond successfully to the modern threat landscape. You'll improve your ability to combat major security threats against computer systems, networks, and services. You'll discover how to prevent and mitigate attacks against personal devices and how to encrypt secure data transfers through networks, storage devices, or the cloud. Linux Security Fundamentals teaches:

  • Using Digital Resources Responsibly
  • What Vulnerabilities and Threats Are
  • Controlling Access to Your Assets
  • Controlling Network Connections
  • Encrypting Data, Whether at Rest or Moving
  • Risk Assessment
  • Configuring System Backups and Monitoring
  • Resource Isolation Design Patterns

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Using Digital Resources Responsibly
  • What are Vulnerabilities and Threats?
  • Controlling Access to Your Assets
  • Controlling Network Connections
  • Encrypting Your Data at Rest
  • Encrypting Your Moving Data
  • Risk Assessment
  • Configuring System Backups and Monitoring
  • Resource Isolation Design Patterns

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