Server Reboots Are Things of the Past.
Traditionally, kernel patching requires server reboots. Rebooting is a headache, and a hassle that is often repeatedly put off. But every day that a vulnerability is discovered and not patched is another day when you are at risk. This risk window can leave your infrastructure vulnerable, non-compliant, and at risk of potential malpractice. Anyone tasked with keeping their organisation safe should be seeking a better way. The good news? There is one. Download our free whitepaper and learn how to make rebooting a thing of the past, and why patch automation is the way forward.
Industry best practice is a maximum of around 30 days for kernel patching, but waiting until the scheduled maintenance window to reboot servers can see months of delays. Learn why this is unsustainable, and how this can be addressed. In this whitepaper, we cover:Download Whitepaper
Topics Covered in this Whitepaper
- Understanding the Linux Kernel and current approaches to Kernel Patching
- Why delaying patching puts you at risk of malpractice and noncompliance
- Live Kernel Patching with patch management software
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