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Monthly KernelCare Update - January 2021

Monthly KernelCare Update - January 2021

It's hard to believe the first month of 2021 has come and gone. In this issue of KernelCare monthly blog, you'll find useful information that will keep your start to 2021 going smoothly. As always, we've included a video recap of our January highlights. But, for a deep dive into current topics, read on!

Jan newsletter

 

Take part in the KernelCare Survey

 

Recent reports and surveys indicate that enterprise security remediation, process management hurdles, and false positives are critical concerns. Don't miss out on an opportunity to have your voice heard. Take part in the KernelCare Survey. What is the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations in your organization? We'd like to hear your opinions. Plus, you can win 1 of 5 Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

KernelCare Survey


AlmaLinux is born! CentOS alternativeA project initiated by CloudLinux to replace the CentOS® stable release is now called AlmaLinux! Its Beta version is released, and you can contribute to its development! Join AlmaLinux Reddit Community and be the first one to test the Beta!

AlmaLinux Reddit


MySQL Live patching

Open-source software (OSS) is now a standard among Linux users. Code from OSS offerings makes up between 80% and 90% of the enterprise's code. This increases the number of CVEs  system administrators must cope with. Among the most critical CVEs are those associated with database software that uses MySQL. This article looks at these CVEs and highlights ways to protect against them.


 

More articles on our Blog

 

 

Hackers consistently look for vulnerabilities in enterprise systems, large and small. When found, these cybercriminals exploit the vulnerabilities, which often leads to fines and penalties. Most critically, breaches affect the enterprise for years to come. For example, trust between partnerships, like that of contractors and vendors, might erode, leaving your business scrambling for replacements. Although many larger organizations absorb customer loss due to this eroded trust, regaining a strong customer base might take years for smaller organizations. In the following articles we offer advice on how to protect your organisation from specific attacks and avoid hidden costs of a data breach.


 

Enterprise Security

 

Enterprise users should be fully aware of the security risks and ensure their operational efficiency. Improving processes like maintenance and switching to live patching tools if not yet using them is a step in the right direction. Find more research around these topics in our latest blog posts:


At KernelCare we always search for new services to develop and right now we are considering DPDK libraries patching. Please let us know:

 

Do you use DPDK for applications development (or if you are a provider, do you provide possibility to use DPDK for your customers apps)?

 

Do not forget to check out previous KernelCare updates:

Monthly KernelCare Update - May 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - June 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - July 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - August 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - September 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - October 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - November 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - December 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - January 2021

Monthly KernelCare Update - January 2021

It's hard to believe the first month of 2021 has come and gone. In this issue of KernelCare monthly blog, you'll find useful information that will keep your start to 2021 going smoothly. As always, we've included a video recap of our January highlights. But, for a deep dive into current topics, read on!

Jan newsletter

 

Take part in the KernelCare Survey

 

Recent reports and surveys indicate that enterprise security remediation, process management hurdles, and false positives are critical concerns. Don't miss out on an opportunity to have your voice heard. Take part in the KernelCare Survey. What is the state of Enterprise vulnerability detection and patch management operations in your organization? We'd like to hear your opinions. Plus, you can win 1 of 5 Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certifications from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

KernelCare Survey


AlmaLinux is born! CentOS alternativeA project initiated by CloudLinux to replace the CentOS® stable release is now called AlmaLinux! Its Beta version is released, and you can contribute to its development! Join AlmaLinux Reddit Community and be the first one to test the Beta!

AlmaLinux Reddit


MySQL Live patching

Open-source software (OSS) is now a standard among Linux users. Code from OSS offerings makes up between 80% and 90% of the enterprise's code. This increases the number of CVEs  system administrators must cope with. Among the most critical CVEs are those associated with database software that uses MySQL. This article looks at these CVEs and highlights ways to protect against them.


 

More articles on our Blog

 

 

Hackers consistently look for vulnerabilities in enterprise systems, large and small. When found, these cybercriminals exploit the vulnerabilities, which often leads to fines and penalties. Most critically, breaches affect the enterprise for years to come. For example, trust between partnerships, like that of contractors and vendors, might erode, leaving your business scrambling for replacements. Although many larger organizations absorb customer loss due to this eroded trust, regaining a strong customer base might take years for smaller organizations. In the following articles we offer advice on how to protect your organisation from specific attacks and avoid hidden costs of a data breach.


 

Enterprise Security

 

Enterprise users should be fully aware of the security risks and ensure their operational efficiency. Improving processes like maintenance and switching to live patching tools if not yet using them is a step in the right direction. Find more research around these topics in our latest blog posts:


At KernelCare we always search for new services to develop and right now we are considering DPDK libraries patching. Please let us know:

 

Do you use DPDK for applications development (or if you are a provider, do you provide possibility to use DPDK for your customers apps)?

 

Do not forget to check out previous KernelCare updates:

Monthly KernelCare Update - May 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - June 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - July 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - August 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - September 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - October 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - November 2020

Monthly KernelCare Update - December 2020