Linux Operating System Provisioning and Hardening Checklist
The "Linux Operating System Provisioning and Hardening Checklist" is an essential document covering critical security best practices for effectively securing, hardening, provisioning, and "locking down" its system resources. Extensively researched and developed by information security experts, such as former military I.T. personnel, cyber security specialists - and others - it's a must-have document for ensuring system confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) and its overall safety and security.
Additionally, the document contains sections, categories, along with supporting best practices for ensuring effective provisioning and hardening practices are implemented as necessary. Moreover, the document has also been developed using noted provisions from many of the world's most recognized and respected information security benchmarks, standards, frameworks, and best practices, such as NIST, FIPS, ISO, COBIT, US CERT, Cloud Security, Defense-in-Depth, Layered Security - just to name a select few. Learn more about our industry leading documentation today!
Length: 15 pages.
Format: Microsoft Word Document.
User Account Controls
Session Access Control
Root Account Control
File and Directory Controls
Run Control Scripts
Global and Local Initialization Files
System Access Control
File Transfer Protocol
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