Red Hat Certified Server Hardening RH 413

Red Hat Certified Server Hardening RH 413

Red Hat Certified Server Hardening RH 413 Focus Training Services, Aundh, Pune

Red Hat Certified Server Hardening RH 413 Focus Training Services, Aundh, Pune

Red Hat Certified Server Hardening RH 413 is one of the reputed certification in security certifications. Many security policies and standards require systems administrators to address specific user authentication concerns, application of updates, system auditing and logging, file system integrity, and more. Red Hat Certified Server Hardening RH 413 provides strategies for addressing specific policy and configuration concerns. Red Hat Certified Server Hardening RH 413 can also help you prepare for the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Server Hardening exam EX413.

SKILLSET AFTER RED HAT CERTIFIED SERVER HARDENING RH 413

  • Candidate will be eligible to Strengthen the security of servers . By using the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Hardening  platform one can work on authentication layer using PAM.
  • Professionals who complete this certification able to deploy and configure IPA Server (Identity Process Audit)for central authentication. .

ELIGIBILITY

  • Linux system administrators who are interested in or responsible for maintaining Security.
  • Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification or equivalent knowledge and experience

Exam Code

Red Hat Certified Server Hardening (EX413).

Red Hat Server Hardening (RH413)

  1. Track security updates
    • The Red Hat Security Response
    • Red Hat Severity Scoring
    • What ate CVEs and Red Hat Errata?
    • Discuss Package Maintenance Through Back porting
    • Engaging the Red Hat Security Response Team
  2. Managing Software Updates
    • Develop an Update Process
    • Applying Security Updates
    • Validate Package Integrity and Scripts
  3. Creating File Systems
    • Allocating File systems for Secure Containment
    • Implementing Filesystem Encryption
  4. Managing File Systems
    • Secure File systems Using Security-Related Mount Options
    • Secure Individual Files with File system Attribute
  5. Managing Special Permissions
    • Special Permissions Concepts
    • Manipulating Special Permissions
    • Auditing Files with Special Permissions
  6. Managing Additional File Access Control
    • Setting Default File Permissions
    • Managing Access Control Lists
  7. Monitoring for File System Changes
    • Using Intrusion Detection Software to Monitor Changes
  8. Managing User Accounts
    • Managing password Aging
    • Auditing User Accounts
  9. Managing Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM)
    • PAM Syntax and Configuration
    • PAM Documentation
    • Configure Password Requirements through PAM
    • Supplementary PAM Configuration
    • Lock Accounts with Multiple Failed Logins
  1. Securing Console Access
    • Securing GRUB Boot loader
    • Modifying Text Console Settings
    • Modifying Graphical Console Settings
  2. Installing Central Authentication
    • Installing an Identity Management (IDM) Server
    • Adding User and Group Entries to identify Management (IDM)
    • Registering a client system with Identity Management (IDM)
  3. Managing Central Authentication
    • Controlling IDM User Access to Systems
    • Managing Sudo on IdM client Systems
  4. Configuring System Logging
    • Controlling IdM User Access to Systems
    • Managing Log File Rotation
  5. Configuring System Auditing
    • Configuring System Auditing
    • Audit Reporting
    • Writing Custom Audit Rules
    • Using Predefined Audit Sets
  6. Controlling Access to Network Service
    • Review of iptables Basics
    • Advanced iptables

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