Linux Security Fundamentals (LFS216)
Skills Covered: Security Basics, Threats and Risk Assessment, Physical Access, Logging, Auditing and Detection, Application Security, Kernel Vulnerabilities, Authentication, Local System Security, Network Security, Network Services Security, Denial of Service, Remote Access, Firewalling, Packet Filtering, Response and Mitigation, Compliance Testing with OSCAP
ABOUT THIS COURSE
This advanced Linux security course is for those interested in security-related activities, including installation technicians, engineers, and managers.
You will be able to determine your current security requirements, evaluate your current security readiness, and incorporate security solutions as required after completing this advanced Linux security training.
This course’s lab exercises are designed to run on either native hardware or a virtual machine (VM) running under a hypervisor, such as those from the KVM, VMWare, or Virtual Box families. The course includes detailed guidance for setting up your lab environment.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
This course takes a wide look at the security problems that can occur in almost any system, particularly when we pursue the smooth communication that the Internet offers. The course begins with an outline of information security before moving on to how security impacts everyone involved in the creation, execution, management, and end-user processes.
According to PayScale, the average salary of Security Engineer with Linux skills in US is $85,128.
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