Legacy operating systems in an unsecure world.
Many organizations are still running applications on legacy operating systems for one reason or another. Be it their applications do not run on newer operating systems or hardware or simply a matter of cost. In April 2014 Microsoft stopped patch support for Windows XP and in July 2015 Windows 2003 Server support, including security updates and security-related hotfixes, will be terminated. In this session we will explore how organizations that are facing these challenges can protect their legacy operating systems against today’s advanced hacking threats, as well as achieve PCI DSS compliance even with non-compliant operating systems in their PCI environments.
October 22, 2014 | Security Fundamentals (803) | 11:30 – 12:00