Linux Security Fundamentals ebook by David Clinton talks about the basics of securing a Linux environment.
Wiley, the book’s publisher, charges $24 for this ebook. Now, it is free for a limited time, but only for a short time.
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This freebie or giveaway is valid until the 14th of December, 2021.
About Linux Security Fundamentals eBook
Security best practices for Linux administrators are covered in this book. However, this is not a full guide on deploying secure Linux workloads.
There will be no demonstrations of sophisticated administrative chores, so don’t expect to see many.
No command line basics will be covered in this book. This ebook, on the other hand, focuses on delivering the essential security information that every administrator needs to know. All of this information will be presented in a Linux context, which is the secret here.
It’s all about protecting yourself online. A grasp of significant dangers to individual computers, networks, services, and identities as well as methods for preventing and mitigating them is included in this knowledge base.
Everyone interested in becoming a Linux administrator or those already working in the field would benefit from this book.
- Security Concepts
- Node, Device, and Storage Security
- Network and Service Security
- Identity and Privacy
In addition, readers will have access to Sybex’s exceptional online interactive learning environment, which includes chapter tests, a practice exam, electronic flashcards, and a dictionary of important topics.
Why is a book like this necessary?
As soon as we connect our phones, laptops, and servers to the internet, we’re all living in a very dangerous place And there isn’t a single “set it and forget it” solution that will keep all the threats away.
In order to protect yourself and your digital resources, you need to know what kinds of threats could affect your computer system and how smart administration can help you avoid both harms and protect your computer system from being harmed.
Because threats in the IT world change so quickly, you’ll also need to learn how to keep an eye on your infrastructure and stay up to date on new technology.