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Take Part In The KernelCare Survey To Win A CKA Certification

KernelCare surveyParticipate in the KernelCare Survey to share your thoughts on the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations in your organization for a chance to win one of five Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

According to ESG Research, 34% of cybersecurity professionals reported their biggest vulnerability management challenge is prioritizing which vulnerabilities to remediate. It can feel a bit like playing whack-a-mole having hundreds of thousands of vulnerabilities with no end in sight.

Other organizations mention process management as a hurdle - moving from vulnerability scanning reports to ticketing, change management, patching and incident response.

Others still point to difficulties in the timely patching of vulnerabilities, due to the sheer number of vulnerabilities present.

In a recent Ponemon report, 58% of respondents indicated false positives as a reason for the Security Operations Center (SOC) teams' inefficiencies, and 42% blamed it for interfering with threat-hunting teams.

Let's analyze the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations, and find more insights to increase your Security Operations Team's efficiency together!

Participate in our survey to share your thoughts on the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations in your organization. In return for your time and insight, you will have a chance to win one of five Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.*

Start The Survey

*If you would like to participate in a raffle for one of five $300 Amazon gift cards, or one of five Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, please provide your email address and your name at the end of the survey.

Take Part In The KernelCare Survey To Win A CKA Certification

KernelCare surveyParticipate in the KernelCare Survey to share your thoughts on the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations in your organization for a chance to win one of five Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

According to ESG Research, 34% of cybersecurity professionals reported their biggest vulnerability management challenge is prioritizing which vulnerabilities to remediate. It can feel a bit like playing whack-a-mole having hundreds of thousands of vulnerabilities with no end in sight.

Other organizations mention process management as a hurdle - moving from vulnerability scanning reports to ticketing, change management, patching and incident response.

Others still point to difficulties in the timely patching of vulnerabilities, due to the sheer number of vulnerabilities present.

In a recent Ponemon report, 58% of respondents indicated false positives as a reason for the Security Operations Center (SOC) teams' inefficiencies, and 42% blamed it for interfering with threat-hunting teams.

Let's analyze the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations, and find more insights to increase your Security Operations Team's efficiency together!

Participate in our survey to share your thoughts on the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations in your organization. In return for your time and insight, you will have a chance to win one of five Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.*

Start The Survey

*If you would like to participate in a raffle for one of five $300 Amazon gift cards, or one of five Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, please provide your email address and your name at the end of the survey.