Course Outline


Overview of Linux Security Modules

  • Configuring the Right Security Module for Ubuntu System

Setting up Ubuntu Linux Distribution

  • Linking the suitable Ubuntu Edition

Overview of Ubuntu Desktop Features and Architecture

Securing the Machine from System Breakage

Managing Hardware and Drivers Insecurity

Encrypting the File System for Data Security

Implementing Intrusion Detection

Overview of Ubuntu Server Features and Architecture

Integrating Open-source Tools to Resolve Network Attacks

Managing Software Lifecycles as Cybersecurity Enhancements

Fixing the Firewall and Account Policies

Overview of Ubuntu Core Features and Architecture

Building Image for Assigning Security Labels

Sandboxing Ubuntu Machines for Out-of-the-Box Security

Integrating Ubuntu OS with Ubuntu Cloud

  • The Public and the Private Cloud


Summary and Conclusion


  • Experience with Linux command line and shell scripting
  • An understanding of AppArmor and SELinux security modules
  • C and C++ programming experience
  • Knowledge on system troubleshooting and the cloud


  • Security engineers
  • System administrators
  14 Hours


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