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This article is part of the Secure Your Environment with Linux Automation & Management issue of June 07, 2021
Linux is the foundation for the future Linux® is one of the world’s most dominant operating systems, with widespread adoption across industries and emerging technologies. It is commonly used for highly available, reliable, and critical workloads in datacenters and cloud computing environments and supports a variety of use cases, target systems, and devices. Every major public cloud provider offers multiple distributions of Linux in their marketplaces. Even so, the Linux distribution and management tools you choose can greatly impact the efficiency, security, and interoperability of your IT environment. This e-book reviews key considerations and guidance around security vulnerability and compliance risk for Linux environments. Adopt an effective security and compliance risk management approach Security vulnerability and compliance management involves monitoring and assessing systems to ensure they comply with security and regulatory policies. An ideal security vulnerability and compliance management approach will let you develop ...
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