1-2-3 Security Approach for Windows Server 2003 EOS


I think it’s safe to say that the threats that existed when you first deployed Windows Server 2003 were minor in comparison to today, both in severity as well as in number. The move from Server 2000 to 2003 was little more than a simple upgrade and you probably gave little or no thought to changes in security.

Fast forward to 2015 and the differences in the security landscape – both in the

types of threats to the OS and the available response capabilities built into new

operating systems – have brought you to the point where you probably recognize

that this time around you’re going to need to step back and take a look at exactly

what needs to be changed to provide your organization a security stance that stands

toe-to-toe with the current threat landscape.

So, what are your security options and how do they fit into your current migration

strategy?

Well, in today’s webcast, JK Lialias from Intel and I are going to discuss a few

approaches you may be thinking about (or already taking) and where security fits

into the plan.

Watch the recorded webcast here.

#webinar #W2K3 #Security

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