Today I share my thoughts on the part that multi-factor authentication plays in securing Linux devices at home.
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.
Applying software updates automatically or often is an important part of securing your home devices.
sudo is an important part of security on a Linux system.
SELinux is an important part of security on a Linux system.
My first tip for security Linux at home is to enable and use an OS-level firewall. Read on to find out why.
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.