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What are the risks?

The threats your organization faces change and evolve constantly. Unpatched systems and devices, outdated languages and packages, and new vulnerabilities are exploited daily, costing companies billions of dollars. Ransomware attacks will cost organizations over $70 billion within the next few years.

What can I do to protect my organization?

Timely updating and patching of your systems have the most significant impact on your security. It sounds simple, but most companies are chronically late in patching their systems, and many don’t seem to patch at all. Why is that?

  • The hacker’s rule of thumb is most PHP and other systems’ time to patch a vulnerability or patch (MTTP) is between 60 and 150 days. SecOps usually send out a patch within 38 days on average.

  • Security compliance mandates include PCI-DSS, NIST-800-53, SOC 2, and HIPAA, which require organizations to maintain updated patches for all production systems interacting with regulated data.

  • Failure to maintain patches exposed the organization’s cybersecurity risk, impacted its compliance status, and impacted its ability to deliver its products and services to its clients.

With live patching and long-term support from TuxCare, you can avoid those pitfalls and expensive setbacks while staying safe and industry compliant.

We update your systems with rapidly deployed security patches and support for legacy systems faster than anyone in the industry. That means your business never has to stop or take a step back.

Automation increases the efficiency of prioritizing, staging and applying patches.
Live Patching eliminates the need to wait for maintenance windows to restart systems.
Patches for end-of-life software versions are delivered within days after vulnerabilities are published.
Extends the life of valuable assets

Learn more about how TuxCare can protect your organization

While KernelCare has become a beloved brand to reduce security risks. These days we do a lot more than just take care of the kernel; we protect a wide range of open source libraries, databases, packages, and languages.


Ransomware malware attacks clients’ networks by moving laterally. The malware will propagate from one host to another. If one of the host systems is unpatched, this becomes an attack vector to exploit all others in the network.

Continually increasing cybersecurity, stability, and availability of Linux servers and devices since 2009.

Tuxcare offers clients extended life support (ELS) security patches even when the manufacturers have ended their sponsorship.

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