Enterprise Linux Security Episode 26 - The State of Enterprise Linux Security management

We talk a lot about patching on this podcast, and the reason for that is because a lot of organizations don't seem to handle this important aspect of security very well. A recent patching report from the Ponemon institute seems to reflect this, and the stats regarding patching definitely don't look good. In this episode of Enterprise Linux Security, Jay and Joao discuss some of the findings within this report.

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