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21 Best Linux Resources For Infrastructure Security

21 Best Linux Resources For Infrastructure Security

Infrastructure security at the server layer is a critical aspect of your organization’s overall security posture. When you know the best Linux resources to use, you can prevent attackers from taking over servers or compromising your databases.

Essential Knowledge On Endpoint Security For Linux

Essential Knowledge On Endpoint Security For Linux

Linux endpoint security is a more prevalent topic now than it was a decade ago. With the rapid growth of the SaaS industry, many significant applications in cloud environments now rely on Linux.

Osquery vs. OSSEC: Which Is Best for Linux Security in 2020?

Osquery vs. OSSEC: Which Is Best for Linux Security in 2020?

For security analysts working on Linux, the lack of flexible, transparent and comprehensive tools is an ongoing problem. As is often the case, security professionals are turning to open-source solutions that can be more easily customized to solve specific problems.

Conducting A Vulnerability Assessment: A Step-By-Step Guide For Linux Workloads In The Cloud

Conducting A Vulnerability Assessment: A Step-By-Step Guide For Linux Workloads In The Cloud

Being proactive about protecting your systems, networks, applications and critical data is a cornerstone of a robust, successful security program. Having a vulnerability assessment plan is a way of doing just that—proactively identifying weaknesses within your systems, so you can shore them up before attackers find and take advantage of them.

Linux Security Simplified: How To Make Linux More Secure (With Less Work)

Linux Security Simplified: How To Make Linux More Secure (With Less Work)

Linux is a versatile operating system. Its use cases vary greatly, from hosting hundreds of containers across a complex network, to running a single desktop, to the operating systems of TVs, Android phones and most Internet of Things (IoT) devices.