"The MITRE ATT&CK 11.2 framework for Linux was just released, a hallmark of the expanded Linux attack surface at the hands of today’s threat actors. For example, because more workloads than ever currently leverage Linux, the scope and variety of data and access attackers can get ahold of has likewise expanded.
But because of this self-same widespread adoption, you must strike a balance between adding security and preventing detriment to operational ability, as Linux users typically have a lower expectation of constraint compared to other administrators.
To dial into how the Linux attack landscape is evolving and access 7 proactive Linux security best practices, view this webinar. In the session Cameron Skidmore, Global Solutions Architect at Red Hat, and Brandon Traffanstedt, Sr. Director in CyberArk’s Field Technology Office, will walk you through these and other agenda items. "