Avoiding security blunders in Linux and IT infrastructures

James Turnbull
10.02.2006

When it comes to IT infrastructure security, there are things that IT managers just shouldn’t do. This two-part tip is written for those who’d like to avoid making those mistakes. It covers four security areas that are either ignored or overlooked in IT infrastructure security, with a focus on securing Linux-based hosts.

In part one, I focus on problems with installations and the hard-perimeter, soft-center security approach. In part two, I look at common gaps in physical security and the problems caused by the “set-it-and-forget-it” mentality.

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