Eliminate the vulnerability gap with Live Patching for Linux kernels and devices
Because rebooting large server fleets to apply kernel patches requires resources and service disruptions, organizations can only do it in pre-scheduled periodic maintenance windows. Which means patches aren’t applied as quickly as they could be. This gap between patch issue and patch application means risk, and also malpractice.
Resources about Live Patching Technology
The Danger of Kernel Vulnerabilities and Importance of Live Patching
IT Security team tends to delay rebooting & kernel patching for as long as possible, thinking that this process isn’t dangerous. But there is an easy way to automate this process.
Explicit Guide on How to apply linux kernel patches - 3 different ways
There are 3 ways to apply Linux kernel security patches: on the command line, using ‘kexec’, and with live patching solutions.
Linux doesn't self-update - this is why you should automate Linux kernel updates
The major vendors support unattended updates, but kernel patches mean reboots. An unpatched kernel is a vulnerable one.
Whitepaper: Rebooting your servers is making you insecure and noncompliant
Learn more about current approaches to kernel patching and ways to optimise your infrastructure patching routing.
KernelCare: The Distribution-Agnostic Approach to Live Kernel Patching
Once you decide to switch from rebooting servers to live patching your Linux kernel, the decision remains: which provider is best for your server fleet?
How KernelCare's live patching can promote SOC2 Compliance and certification
This is your brief guide to what SOC 2 is, why it matters, and how KernelCare can help you with vulnerability management – a crucial component of SOC 2 compliance.
Video tutorials and Webinars
How KernelCare Works - in 90 secondsWatch the video
How KernelCare works - technical demonstrationWatch the video
The Importance of Live Patching for Kernel VulnerabilitiesWatch the recording
You need live patching to achieve SOC2 complianceWatch the recording
Live Patching in Scalable Hosting EnvironmentsWatch the recording
Linux Kernel Live Patching in VMware Cloud on AWSWatch the recording
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Rebooting Your Servers is Making You Insecure and Noncompliant
(and it’s a matter of time until you discover this the hardway)