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Thanks for your input, this is not a homework question per say. I am doing a research paper on Linux security and have already covered the a fore mentioned technologies and was hoping some one would give some other topics I could research, just to be thorough, and you did give some other avenues to pursue that I hadn't thought of.
I don't know what exactly constitutes a technology in this context (is locking the box away somewhere a technology? what about a UPS? what about keeping users informed so that they don't fall for phishing scams?), but rather than start from a google (...other search engines exist...) search, you could have a look at the stickies in the security forum. There is a lot of information there.