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System Integrity Best Practices

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Use US-CERT best practices to ensure system integrity by validating software, limiting remote access and enabling strong logging techniques.

The two key components of system integrity are software authenticity and the assurance of user identity. US-CERT recommends that organizations routinely evaluate how to integrate these following best practices into their current environments to achieve these objectives.

These guidelines include:

  • Enabling strong logging
  • Limiting remote access
  • Validating software and more

Included in this ZIP file are:

  • Intro Page.pdf
  • Terms and Conditions.pdf
  • System Integrity Best Practices.pdf
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