Linux admins and developers,

Security is vital for your Linux web apps, whether you're looking to build customer trust or prepare for an audit. However, keeping up with the latest exploits and meeting compliance standards can quickly become overwhelming.

This week, we aim to simplify protecting your Linux web apps and meeting compliance standards. You'll learn the key steps to safeguarding your web apps using proven security controls and get pointers for tackling compliance requirements. 

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Protect Your Linux Web Apps and Meet Compliance Standards

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Security is vital for your Linux web apps, but keeping up with the latest exploits and meeting compliance standards can quickly become overwhelming. We break down the essentials of locking down your Linux web apps and simplify the process of meeting essential compliance standards like SOC 2. You'll learn the key steps to safeguarding your web apps using proven security controls and get pointers for tackling SOC 2 requirements. Whether you're a startup looking to assure customers or an enterprise preparing for an audit, you'll learn how easy it is to protect your apps and improve your security posture. 

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Strategies for Improving Linux Security Through Cross-Browser Compatibility Testing

19.Laptop BedCross-browser compatibility testing on Linux helps identify and resolve discrepancies in web application performance and accessibility, but it is also crucial for robust security. In addition to identifying browser-specific bugs and ensuring consistency and functionality across all browsers, cross-browser compatibility testing helps protect against various threats and attacks targeting Linux environments, including cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injection (SQLi) attacks. We share strategies for improving Linux security through cross-browser compatibility testing.

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Security Risks of Open-Source Software & Mitigations to Overcome Them

27.Tablet Connections Blocks LockOpen-source software, or OSS, has completely changed the technology sector by enabling developers anywhere to work together and produce creative solutions faster. However, security issues are a significant worry, just like in any digital environment. Therefore, you should take precautions to secure any open-source software you use. Businesses repurpose open-source software and must have a strategy to handle the open-source security threats that could be introduced into their IT estates by third-party source code. We explain how to manage open-source software security risks and vulnerabilities to achieve robust open-source security. 

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