FreeBSD Security Primer?

Hello All,

I am familiar with Linux and still learning in that realm. I am very new to FreeBSD and not very familiar with it. In the linux realm I have been taught to always at a minimum turn on SeLinux, iptables and eliminate packages, services, or ports that are not required.

With FreeBSD are there any solid primers I can read on establishing a good basic FreeBSD build that the community as a whole somewhat agrees is best practice. If there is I would thank you in advance for any links to good reading on this subject.
You can start with the security(7) man page. Beyond that, though, there is no best practice guide for security, because security is a very broad and abstract concept. Personally, I'd recommend that anyone who really wants to get a good feel for security and its intricacies read Bruce Schneier's Beyond Fear.