Linux mascotCatalog Course Description: This course will provide students with the skills necessary to implement and administer basic Linux security policies, including authentication, securing network applications, system monitoring, encryption, and others.

Purpose of the Course: Students will learn how to configure and administer various Linux security features including Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM), TCP Wrappers, and kernel level firewalling using iptables; as well as advanced administration of user authentication, password management, system monitoring, and data encryption.

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