Linux Security (LFS416)

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In this course you will learn how to assess security risks in your enterprise Linux environment, the best techniques and tools to increase security, server hardening, how to deploy and use monitoring and attack detection tools, how to gain visibility into possible vulnerabilities, the art and science of developing your Linux security policy and response strategy, how to configure your systems for compliance with HIPAA, DISA STIG, etc., and more.

  • Introduction
  • What is Security?
  • Classes of Attackers
  • Physical Security
  • Logging Overview
  • Auditing Basics
  • Bugs and Tools
  • Kernel and User Spaces
  • Encryption and Authentication
  • Standard UNIX Permissions
  • TCP/IP Protocols Review
  • Network Tools
  • Network Basics
  • Unencrypted Protocols
  • Firewalling Basics
  • Preparation
  • Compliance Testing
  • Closing and Evaluation Survey

This course is for individuals already experienced in Linux system administration who want to improve their security posture. Before enrolling, you should have a solid understanding of core local system administration and networking concepts, and be experienced with Linux (or more generally UNIX), especially at the command line level.

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Aug 2022
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