Are you aware of the risks that come with using outdated or end-of-life (EOL) Linux systems, like CentOS 7, which reaches EOL in June 2024? When CentOS 7 goes out of date, you lose vital support, you can fail compliance checks, and you open up your organization to threats that could have been avoided.
Moreover, CentOS 7 is currently affected by numerous unpatched vulnerabilities that many users aren’t aware of.
So what can organizations do when they find themselves still using CentOS 7 with unpatched vulnerabilities, not yet prepared to upgrade, and unsure of a secure path forward?
During this webinar, you’ll discover:
Joao Correia is the Technical Evangelist at TuxCare with an extensive background in System Administration and enterprise Linux security in general. As a sysadmin, he learned the intricacies of keeping enterprise Linux environments secure, patched, and compliant. Today, Joao is known for sharing his expert views on Linux security, open-source software trends, and IT best practices on both the TuxCare blog and alongside Jay LaCroix on the Enterprise Linux Security podcast.
Artem Karasev is the Senior Product Marketing Manager at TuxCare, always working to make sure our products meet customer needs. With 14 years of experience in product marketing and business development, especially within the IT security industry, Artem is really passionate about innovative approaches that make daily tasks easier and solve tricky challenges for our customers.