Microsoft recently announced the end of life (EOL) for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 2008 R2, and their embedded variants. Windows 2012 is slated for EOL in October 2023.
EOL versions account for 13 percent of global Windows desktops, I.e., hundreds of millions of endpoints run vulnerable operating systems. Well-loved Windows 7 leads the way at nearly 10 percent, with estimates that over 150 million endpoints still run the unsupported operating system.
Join Microsoft expert Adam Gordon from ITProTV on-demand for a deep dive into how legacy systems impact organizations, and how to improve their security.
Adam Gordon | Microsoft security expert, ITProTV | Guest
Oren T. Dvoskin | Product Marketing Director, Morphisec | Host
To learn more about securing legacy Windows systems, read "How Secure are Your Legacy Systems?" by Morphisec CTO Michael Gorelik.