Linux Security Week: October 4, 2021
Happy Monday! In this week's newsletter we discuss IT security audits and their importance in establishing and maintaining a strong security posture, speak with CrowdSec CEO Philippe Humeau about CrowdSec’s unique community-powered approach to intrusion prevention, and explore Tuxcare's Extended Lifecycle Support (ELS) for CentOS users. What happens when your CentOS subscription ends this year? We speak with TuxCare to find out.
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Yours in Open Source,
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All You Need to Know About IT Security Audits and Its Importance
With the modern ways of storing and sharing information, businesses face multiple challenges in protecting their online assets, making conducting thorough IT security audits increasingly critical in establishing and maintaining a strong security posture.
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Leveraging the "Power of the Crowd" to Fight Cybercrime with a Unique, Collaborative IPS
LinuxSecurity researchers speak with CrowdSec CEO Philippe Humeau about modern cyber risk, CrowdSec’s unique community-powered approach to intrusion prevention, and more!
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Time Is Running Out for CentOS 8
It came as a shock when RedHat announced that CentOS 8 support would end this year. But luckily for CentOS users, Tuxcare's Extended Lifecycle Support (ELS) will provide four additional years of critical support and protection.
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