A global financial services company (name confidential) recently used KernelCare to resolve a difficult Linux kernel patching situation and achieve SOC2 compliance. Read our latest case study to learn how it did that:
KernelCare Client, Efinity, deal with clients in fourteen countries. This means that the system has to deal with a lot of data - much of it personal data - and must be watertight. In the light of recent data breaches, Efinity kept getting compliance questions from their customers: did they have the SOC 2 certification?
Were you at AWS re:Invent 2019?
I was, and it was a revelation.
“Will you reboot your Linux server in the next 30 days?”
That’s what I asked almost everyone who came to the KernelCare stand.
A third of you said yes. The main reason? Compliance.
KernelCare Team has released Centos7, Centos7-Plus, RHEL7, OEL 7 patches for CVE-2018-12207 to the production feed.
KernelCare Team has released Centos7, Centos7-Plus, RHEL7, OEL 7 patches for CVE-2018-12207 to the test feed. The KernelCare test feed makes it possible to start using new patches earlier.
To install patches from the test feed, run the command:
Available in March 2020. Learn more about what's included in the package below.
We’ve just heard of a new bunch of Intel CPU vulnerabilities and we want you to know the KernelCare team have swung into action to create patches for them.
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Join our upcoming webinar to see how the three co-founders of Webslice, a managed cloud services company based in the Netherlands, provide mission-critical services to enterprises, saving 40 hours of admin per vulnerability with KernelCare and AWS. Learn more on the upcoming KernelCare and AWS webinar.