Control and Security of UNIX

Control and Security of UNIX

The UNIX operating system is common in many organizations. As with most operating systems, UNIX can be well secured as long as the available features are properly installed and maintained. The Control and Security of Unix seminar will walk participants through the UNIX operating system, its functions and control features.

Many hardware suppliers have their own proprietary versions of UNIX. As these versions are based on System V or BSD UNIX, this seminar provides in-depth coverage of both versions. In order to identify security weaknesses in UNIX, participants will be provided with a step-by-step audit approach, detailed audit programs, control checklists and an audit script. The instructor will demonstrate the audit script in the classroom to reinforce the concepts learned and show how poorly secured UNIX platforms can be penetrated with ease.

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