Best Practices for Security on Your New Ubuntu Server: Users, Console and Firewall

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Thank you for taking the time to review this important information. You will find this guide broken down into six major sections that coincide with Ubuntu’s security policy guide. The major topics we talk on throughout these articles are as follows:

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Best Practices for Security on Your New Ubuntu Server: AppArmor, Certs, eCryptfs, and Encrypted LVM

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When security is paramount to your business a few security implementations can go a long way.  In the first article of our Ubuntu security series you’ll find effective tactics that can be easily enforced.

We continue with our second article in our Ubuntu Security series, where we will be suggesting further options to consider.

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How Do I Secure My Linux Server?

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Our last article on Ubuntu security suggestions touched on the importance of passwords, user roles, console security, and firewalls. We continue with our last article and while the recommendations below are not unique to Ubuntu specifically (nearly all discussed are considered best practice for any Linux server) but they should be an important consideration in securing your server. Continue reading “How Do I Secure My Linux Server?”