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CrowdSec v1.1.x Is Out! Here's What's New & How To Get Started

Blog V2On July 8, 2021, the CrowdSec team released CrowdSec v1.1.x - the latest version of their free and open-source cybersecurity solution designed to protect Linux servers, services, containers, or virtual machines exposed on the Internet with a server-side agent - with new packages and repositories, as well as improvements to to the CrowdSec agent itself. LinuxSecurity spoke with the CrowdSec team to provide readers with insight into what they can expect from this exciting release, and how they can get started with CrowdSec v1.1.x.

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Open Source Is Revolutionizing Careers in Cybersecurity - What You Need to Know4.Lock AbstractDigital

If you’re passionate about technology and cybersecurity and are intrigued by the growing influence of Open Source in these areas, here are 19 key factors that you should consider if you’re contemplating turning your passion into a career.
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Black Hat USA & DEFCON 2021 Coverage on LinuxSecurity: What You Need to Know

BlackHatTo say that it’s an exciting time in the cybersecurity community is an understatement! Two of the most prestigious cybersecurity conferences - Black Hat USA 2021 and DEF CON - are rapidly approaching, featuring an impressive list of trainings and presentations.

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