During RSA Conference 2020 KernelCare CEO, Igor Seletskiy, had a chance to share the best practices of enabling compliance with faster patch management. In this article you will find the takeaways from the speech.
A Linux kernel update is not to be taken lightly—change means risk. Whatever reasons you think you might have, there is really only one that matters. Igor Seletskiy, CEO of CloudLinux, tells you what it is in this blog post.
Linux kernel updates are a fact of life–as dull as taxes and only slightly less inconvenient than death. Newly discovered security vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel seem to appear with monotonous regularity. In most but not all cases, the patches needed to fix them follow swiftly after. There is work involved in installing the latest Linux kernel security patches, and danger if you delay–leave it too long and threat actors might take advantage of the period of vulnerability.