Today I share my thoughts on the part that multi-factor authentication plays in securing Linux devices at home.
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Security Tip # 5 – Encryption
Encryption can look like a minefield for the average user. And it is a large topic, worthy of several posts on its own. In this post I share some simple (and hopefully achievable) principles I follow in this space.
Security Tip # 4 – Software updates
Applying software updates automatically or often is an important part of securing your home devices.
Security Tip # 3 – sudo
sudo is an important part of security on a Linux system.
Security Tip # 2 – SELinux or other mandatory access control
SELinux is an important part of security on a Linux system.
Security Tip # 1 – OS-level Firewall
My first tip for security Linux at home is to enable and use an OS-level firewall. Read on to find out why.
My Top 10 Tips for Securing Linux @home
IT Security is about knowing our context, understanding the threats in it and securing accordingly. Read on for Part I of the top 10 things I look for when securing my own home Linux installations.
Securing a home Linux installation
You’ve just installed a Linux variant on your laptop and you’re ready to play. But wait! Have you thought about security? Read on for three facts that inform my approach to personal ICT security.
Welcome to geek girl, linux land
Sometimes you have to leave something to realise how much you love it…