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Linux Security

[fa icon="calendar"] Mar 24, 2014 9:28:11 AM / by Christian Crank

Security threats aren't limited to one operating system, so it’s imperative that the skill set of cyber security professionals isn't either. Therefore, mastery of Linux systems is crucial for any individual seeking to claim expertise within the field.

With our self-paced online Linux Security Training course, students gain the opportunity to learn all there is to learn about Linux systems—and the security behind it. Designed for IT professionals who desire in-depth knowledge of ethical hacking techniques to test the security of Linux systems, this course will cover everything from basic security controls to the Linux file system.

As an open-source OS, Linux’s development is not run by a single individual. Instead, several individuals contribute to its development, making it in a continual state of evolution. Our course is designed to provide the most up-to-date information on Linux security, so that you have no problem working with Linux systems.

Areas of instruction include the fundamentals of hacking and penetration testing, foot printing, vulnerability scanning and exploits and network traffic analysis. To gauge your learning comprehension while you take the course, we provide you with in-depth reading assignments, lectures, practice tests and a virtual lab environment. These tools are an extremely effective way to ensure your mastery of the course. You’ll have access to these materials for a total of 15 weeks, so if you don’t have the time to complete a task right away, you can always come back to it later.

Our online Linux Security training is an ideal course for IT systems technician with experience working with Linux file systems and servers. Keeping a Linux environment secure is a difficult task if not done correctly. With this training, Linux System Administrators will know how to organize file systems, use encryption, protect DNS services and how to work with Squid, earning them a certification in completion in Linux security.

Topics: CompTIA, Cybersecurity, Linux+, Systems Administration, Network Administration, Operating Systems

Christian Crank

Written by Christian Crank

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