Happy Monday fellow Linux geeks and Open Source enthusiasts! In this week's newsletter we announce that LinuxSecurity.com has now added Rocky Linux to its Advisories database

We also speak with industry-leading Linux endpoint encryption provider WinMagic about the challenges of securing today’s Linux endpoints, the importance of centralized management and compliance in enterprise Linux encryption, and how WinMagic SecureDoc for Linux strengthens Linux endpoint security with comprehensive full disk encryption.

Finally, we share some simple things that everyone can do to make Ubuntu Linux more secure. 

Hope you enjoy!

Yours in Open Source,

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13.Lock StylizedMotherboardLinux 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 security of the OS is not just for experienced users— here are some simple things that everyone can do to make Ubuntu Linux more secure. 

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24.Key CodeTo gain insight into how businesses can fortify a modern Linux infosec architecture with a robust endpoint security strategy, we speak with industry-leading Linux endpoint encryption provider WinMagic about the challenges of securing today’s Linux endpoints, the importance of centralized management and compliance in enterprise Linux encryption, and how WinMagic SecureDoc for Linux strengthens Linux endpoint security with comprehensive full disk encryption.

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Rocky Linux Security Advisories Are Now on LinuxSecurity.com!

RockyLinuxAre 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

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