Securing endpoints can an overwhelming routine for system administrators, especially when they’re remote. Considering much of the world is now working remotely and may continue to do so in the future, the demand for security has increased exponentially.
Though Windows and Mac devices are popular targets for cyber criminals, Linux devices can fall victim as well; Linux-targeted malware can easily affect your critical devices. In some instances, Linux systems have been compromised and configured to distribute malware.
With these security challenges in mind, ManageEngine has published an eBook titled: “Six best practices for effective Linux security management” to facilitate system administrators in improving their existing Linux security procedures.
- Drafting a backup and disaster recovery plan;
- Hardening security;
- Playing it safe with SSH5;
- Managing firewall;
- Automating patch management; and
- Managing account security.
Discover how ManageEngine can help
To learn about the best security practices to enhance the security of your devices, download our free eBook.