Is Linux Secure By Default?

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Ell Marquez

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The Linux operating system is secure by default because Windows is the most used operating system globally. Thus attackers create viruses and malware to target Windows systems. While cringe-worthy to read, these are all real statements being touted in the technology sector. This is a false narrative that is still frequently touted in the technological world. This webinar will highlight the common myths proliferated around the Linux operating system. As well as how they are endangering companies' production environments, and steps companies can take to mitigate the new techniques attackers are using to benefit from these myths. Topics covered: How recent attacks have shifted to focusing on the Linux ecosystem. How Linux malware is being crafted and detected. What you can do to protect yourself from the change in attacker's techniques.

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