SLE341 Securing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

PT26853
Summary
This 3-day course introduces attendees to security topics for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Attendees will be introduced to the basic computer security concepts and will learn how to develop a security policy and implement a more secure SUSE environment. A variety of approaches regarding system security from physical, local and network security will be reviewed. MAC and DAC access control methods and some of its supporting tools are also included in the course objectives. Auditing as a valid method to monitor security measures is also covered. Lastly, a description of the security process at SUSE and its publicly available resources will give the attendees a better way to support their day to day SUSE Linux Enterprise Server administration and operation in a consistent and secure fashion.
Prerequisites
SCE in Enterprise Linux or equivalent experience is strongly recommended.
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for SUSE system administrators who want to learn how to secure their systems.
Topics
  • Introduction to Security
  • Basic System Lockdown
  • Local Account Security
  • Privilege Elevation
  • Network Service Lockdown
  • Security Audit Tools
  • Linux Security Modules

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