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    Mubarak Basha Shaik
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    Dear One and all,

    Kindly help me to understanding CIS Benchmarks with sample examples.

    https://www.cisecurity.org/

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    emb021
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    “CIS Benchmarks are recommended technical settings for operating systems, middleware and software applications, and network devices.”

    Pretty straight forward. If you’re going to install an OS or application, what are the settings you should have to help ensure it’s secure.

    Most companies, if their IT people are smart, will have set down how they install and configure the operating systems and applications they are using. As part of this, they will want to be sure that the settings they use are secure, because they are NOT if you go with the default settings out of the box.

    Where I worked we had documented how we install and setup all the OSs we used (Windows, Windows Server, various versions of Unix, etc). We, in fact, based these documented installation procedures on CIS’s work, modifying them further for our own uses and our own default installed software on systems.

    If you’re going to have a secure environment, you need to have documented and followed secure installs for your OSs, major applications, and network devices.

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    Mubarak Basha Shaik
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    Emb021 .. Thanks for reply ..

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