This is a Topic dedicated to Linux security. Most, though not all of these can be used by distros based on Ubuntu.
Security is often brushed aside among Linux users, even during the install, one may see that no extra security is needed. This is foolish thinking at best, downright dangerous at worst. The only 'bulletproof' OS is on a computer that's never booted, or used offline only.
Among these tips are simple to advanced, how to secure your system in many ways, including blocking users from using Flash drives from being used, a common tactic used not only to steal data, also to possibly infect the system.
It's my hope that you all find one or more of these tips useful, I did.
As at the workplace, many of us knows this expression, yet I'll repeat it again, 'Safety is the First part of the job'. This includes what we do at home, be it mowing the lawn, or running a computer, including a Linux OS.
Enjoy the article & make at least one of these tips yours to follow.