Educational institutions are being hacked on a regular basis, and this trend shows no signs of improvement: over half (54%) of UK universities reported a data breach to the regulator in the past 12 months, with an average of two reports each. For educational institutions, the implications of any data theft are huge: reputational, legal, economic and operational. It may affect potential funding, as well as cause a loss of future student fees and associated income.
A Managed Services provider from Amsterdam, Webslice, was spending a lot of time and effort patching Linux kernel vulnerabilities. When it began using KernelCare, its kernel patching became much quicker and easier–and less expensive as well. Continue reading to find out more.
A global financial services company (name confidential) recently implemented KernelCare Enterprise 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?