Linux Fundamentals for Security Practitioners

Cybrary
Course

Linux Fundamentals for Security Practitioners provides an overview on how to properly configure a Linux OS to provide a secure computing environment for end users. We'll cover a combination of materials, focusing on Linux architecture, permissions, commands, directories, and shells to achieve a hardened Linux operating system configuration.

Time
1 hour 37 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
2
2.9
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Course Description

Linux Fundamentals for Security Practitioners provides an overview on how to properly configure a Linux OS to provide a secure computing environment for end users. We'll cover a combination of materials, focusing on Linux architecture, permissions, commands, directories, and shells to achieve a hardened Linux operating system configuration.

Instructed By
Isaac Bewarang
Isaac Bewarang
System Administrator at Plateau State University
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