Digital security is getting stronger, so criminals and law enforcement alike may be more willing to physically take your laptop or storage device to gain access to your data. It's possible, however, to protect yourself against this invasion of privacy thanks to encryption.
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Data leaks are extremely prominent in the cyber world due to lack of proper or adequate security implementation. Securing databases is an essential practice to ensure that consequences such as data loss to even unauthorized access or system downtime is avoided.
It's necessary to monitor your company's network for several reasons. Modern networks can be monitored in a variety of ways. In contrast to application performance management systems, which use agents to retrieve performance information from the application stack, network monitoring tools are specifically made for the purpose of monitoring network traffic and response times.
If you’ve thought about becoming a professional Linux administrator but you’re not sure where to start, this article is for you.
Choosing the right software for your enterprise can be a critical decision to make. With multiple remote access software out on the market, it can be perplexing to narrow down to one solution for your enterprise environment. By considering major business use cases and essential security factors, we have compiled a quick checklist to simplify your decision-making process.
In this remote and hybrid work environment characterized by cloud computing and mobility, encryption for Linux endpoints such as laptops and mobile devices has never been more important for the enterprise. Despite the fact that Linux has built in encryption, enterprises still struggle with encryption on Linux devices due to a lack of management and compliance capabilities available in their current solution sets. Luckily, solutions for the enterprise that address these critical Linux endpoint security challenges do exist.
Thanks to the fact that Linux is open-source, it is one of the most secure operating systems available. However, it is not perfect—like any software, it is open to exploits and there is a lot that can be done to improve its security. Improving the operating system is not just for experienced users—there are some simple things that everyone can do to make Ubuntu Linux more secure.
Are you a Rocky Linux user looking to track the latest Rocky Linux security advisories to maintain an updated, secure system? Then we have great news for you- LinuxSecurity.com has now added Rocky Linux to its Advisories database!
With the increasing popularity of Linux over the years, and the various Linux distributions that are constantly being released, it can be hard to choose the correct one for you. Because Linux is open source, and is not overseen by a specific vendor, knowing and picking the correct distribution can be challenging, however, no matter your requirements, you are bound to find a Linux distribution that suits your needs.
Cybersecurity threats are on the rise. With the rapid shift of the business environment to digital work, and the growing trends of work-from-home and global workforces, hackers and cybercriminals can have a field day.
With the rise of containers and virtual machines, some system administrators check their system logs less frequently. However, this is a mistake. Even if an application is containerized, it is still important to keep and analyze logs.
Linux is more secure than other operating systems. But that's not the only reason why you might not need an antivirus or firewall while using Linux.
Virtual private networks, or VPNs, have gained popularity, especially among enterprises, since they offer high security without sacrificing convenience. One of the most economical cybersecurity choices available today, they are simple to set up and utilize.