Securing and monitoring containers in enterprise environments

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With such a high feature churn rate in the DevSecOps area, it can be tempting to run your CI/CD pipelines with the latest bleeding-edge features. Needless to say, that path is likely to be a recipe for disaster. Not only will you constantly be chasing the leader, but also introducing costly stability issues and unwelcome attack surfaces about which you might not even be aware.

Testing is clearly of paramount importance.

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Chris Binnie's new book Linux Server Security: Hack and Defend shows how hackers launch sophisticated attacks to compromise servers, steal data, and crack complex passwords so that you can learn how to defend against such attacks. In the book, he also talks you through making your servers invisible, performing penetration testing, and mitigating unwelcome attacks. You can find out more about Linux servers and security at his website (http://www.linux-server-security.com).

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