The growth of Linux deployments continues to accelerate. This growth is most noticeable in the cloud, where Linux’s flexibility as an automated platform is particularly convenient.
With the increased popularity of Linux, though, there has also been a rise in security vulnerabilities on the platform. Linux servers are often attacked because of poorly secured privileged credentials. Unchanged default passwords, cryptographically weak passwords that are shared, and SSH key pairs that don’t belong in place are some of the most common Linux security challenges.
In Linux Security Automation at Scale we explore what a truly effective Linux security solution looks like. You’ll learn how cyber security products from Lieberman Software have the automation and scalability required to keep up with the flexible Linux platform. Our comprehensive approach covers sudo policies, SSH key pairs, and even the complicated orchestration that drives Linux’s success.