Linux Security

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Securing Linux Platforms and Applications Project Project Part 1 Task 1: Outline Security Policy This security policy is essential to the First World Bank Savings and Loan. It is used to break up the security plan not measurable, specific, and testable goals and objectives. This security policy would be used to provide all current and prospective customers online banking services while keeping the First World Saing bank competitive in the financial marketplace. This solution is also an imperative due to an estimated revenue of $100,0000,000 flowing in by virtue of online credit card transactions specific to banking and loan application based services. This security policy will go on to outline the specific regulations and…show more content…
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