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Containerized Linux: The Secret to IoT Security

October 26, 2018

A desire in the development community to use Linux is often at odds with the security requirements of an organization, leaving a gap between a company’s goals and the skill sets of its engineers.  

In this article, developers will learn:

  • The vulnerabilities in common Linux distributions
  • How containerized Linux keeps critical software safe
  • How to integrate code from mainstream Linux into a containerized distribution
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