Linux is a comprehensive system offering many advantages, but security may be its weakest link. Oh sure, Linux's transparency may make it marginally safer than macOS or Windows, but it's especially vulnerable to threats from misconfigurations, non-compliance and general misuse. Not to mention the increase in sophisticated malware and ransomware attacks targeting Linux.
This ebook explains the four the we recommend you prioritize for a stronger Linux security posture.
Learn how to follow the Four Golden Rules:
- Reduce Attack Surface Area with SSH Best Practices;
- Scan for Odd User Activity;
- Streamline Routine Linux Security Tasks;
- Normalize your security telemetry for speed of investigation and detection.