Tag: security

CIS L1 and L2 Server Security for Ubuntu

CIS L1 and L2 Security Work

Lately, I’ve been tasked with ensuring server security compliance with CIS Security Standards for our EC2 instances. This is a major focus for a technology company promoting security compliance in the healthcare industry. We’ve got a lot of servers running a lot of different things. Obviously, manually updating servers to comply with the standard isn’t […]

SSH Without a Password

I used to always refer to a different site when I wanted to remember how to setup a machine to use SSH without a password. That site (I don’t recall what it is) isn’t around anymore. So, I guess I have to post the tutorial here. SSH is one of the major tools in what […]