UNIX Audit and Security
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To provide staff new to UNIX with an extensive insight into all issues connected with security in a UNIX environment. Whilst this course covers many aspects of the UNIX operating environment itself, network security is considered to be a separate issue. Delegates will be able to satisfactorily cope with the day-to-day security administration of a multi-user UNIX site, understand security issues and be able to implement security policies in an enterprise level multi-server environment.
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Course Content (12 topics)
- Unix Basics and Getting Help
- Understanding the UNIX Filesystem
- Useful Commands for Security Administrators
- Security and the different “flavours” of UNIX
- Controlling Access to the System (User and group management, types of access)
- Controlling Access to the root account and other privileged services
- Controlling Access to Files and the Filesystem
- Dangerous Commands (and why they are sometimes needed)
- Security Implications of Backing Up and Securing the System
- Monitoring Security Issues on the System
- Best Practice Procedures