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Hello jacky, welvome to ask fedora :

you can read and old fedora documentation, is quite old but you can read : Security_Guide

Some basic stuff come to my mind :

  • Encrypt the drive during installation. how-to-encrypt-your-fedora-file-system
  • Leave SELinux on (should be on by default) and enable firewalld. (many people says this is not necesary and it is)
  • Disable SSH if you never intend to remotely connect to the machine via SSH. If you do, change the port, configure SSH keys for the appropriate devices, and disable password authentication.
  • Remove any software that is installed by default that you never intend to actually use.

also you can read this -> table-rhel7-stig-manual and sec-security_technical_implementation_guide and system-administrators-guide