Linux Security Simplified: How To Make Linux More Secure (With Less Work)>

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Linux is a versatile operating system. Its use cases vary greatly, from hosting hundreds of containers across a complex network, to running a single desktop, to the operating systems of TVs, Android phones and most Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

However, its adaptability in a wide variety of settings means it can easily be used insecurely. Servers face the constant threat of online attack. To keep Linux secure, a security team would typically have to routinely perform many processes, including writing custom scripts to scrape logs off servers, manually creating SIEM integrations and parsing rules, and then further manipulating the data to visualize and report on everything they need to monitor. This is complex and time-consuming.

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