The Best Practices for Cyber-resiliency in an Enterprise World

The Best Practices for Cyber-resiliency in an Enterprise WorldIn the face of adversity, your enterprise’s ability to continue with business, even in a degraded mode, heavily depends on the resiliency of its cyber systems. 

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Meet The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act Terms With KernelCare

Meet The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act Requirements With KernelCareLast week, the US Congress officially signed a bipartisan law, The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020, or the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020. Sponsored by Reps. Will Hurd (R-Tex) and Robin Kelly (D-Ill), the law was made to establish that the government purchases only secure devices and closes existing vulnerabilities. The legislation mostly affects U.S. federal government applications, vendor partners, equipment manufacturers and stakeholders that deal with the federal government. However, this law has the potential to have ripple effects that extend beyond security safeguards for government entities, with those in the private industry and consumers more than likely also benefiting from new connected device standards.

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Monthly KernelCare Update – August 2020

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August was a busy month for us, as always. We added more distributions to the KernelCare+ Beta testing. You can be part of it. If you are running Debian 9 & Ubuntu 18.04, you can participate in beta testing of KernelCare+. We also published new video tutorials and useful guides in August. Continue reading to learn more in detail.

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Monthly KernelCare Update – July 2020

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Every month we do a lot of under-the-hood improvements to KernelCare which you may not notice, but trust us, it makes your KernelCare experience better. We’ve decided to publish these updates on a monthly basis so you don’t miss any new features that will make your sysadmin work easier. Read the July update in this article.

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Security Updates of Shared Libraries Without Restarts With KernelCare+

Security Updates of Shared Libraries Without Restarts With KernelCare+-1

At 10 am EST on Thursday, 3 September 2020, we’ll be conducting a live webinar on how to update shared libraries without restarts, using KernelCare+. Sign up and join the conversation about the library-patching capabilities of this new KernelCare variant. 

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Monthly KernelCare Update – May 2020

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We can not imagine how busy you are taking care of the infrastructure during these challenging times and we thought it would be nice to share an update about new KernelCare features you can use to make your everyday fight with security vulnerabilities easier.

This is the first monthly update from KernelCare Team and we will be publishing these at the beginning of each month to make sure you do not miss important updates while taking care of your server fleet. Continue reading to learn more about the May updates.

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Monthly KernelCare Update – June 2020

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Every month we do a lot of under-the-hood improvements to KernelCare which you may not notice, but trust us, it makes your KernelCare experience better. We’ve decided to share such updates with you on a monthly basis. Read the June update in this article.

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Podcast: Mission Critical Support for Customer Retention with Igor Seletsky

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On April 30, 2020, KernelCare CEO Igor Seletskiy was interviewed on The SaaS CX Show, a podcast hosted by SaaS consultant Frank Bria. During this podcast, Igor answers why his company entered the live patching market, what it’s like to do business in it, and how he plans to expand into new applications. Below is an overview of his answers and a recording of the podcast.

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KernelCare+ Now Available In Beta For Selected Distributions

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The beta version of KernelCare+ is now available for download for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, CloudLinux OS 7, and CentOS 7. More distributions will be added in June 2020.

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