KernelCare, which is a live kernel security patching solution for Linux servers and devices is free of charge to healthcare organizations for the rest of 2020. KernelCare team stated that healthcare organizations are under attack during their heroic battle against COVID-19.
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The team is assisting with deployments
KernelCare team also announced that they will assist with deployments, and when the organizations no longer need KernelCare after the threat has subsided, the KernelCare team will also assist the organizations with the removals as well.
KernelCare makes patching Linux kernels easier. It maintains kernel security with automated, rebootless updates without any service interruption or degradation.
What is KernelCare?
KernelCare promptly delivers the latest security patches for different Linux distributions applied automatically to the running kernel in nanoseconds.
KernelCare works in both, live and staging environments, and for servers located behind the firewall. There is also an ePortal to help customers to manage KernelCare easily.
We will provide full unlimited license of KernelCare for free, no strings attached, no attempts to convert to paid accounts to ANY healthcare organization until the end of the year. We don’t know if it helps, but if it does — we just want to help.
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