Windows XP will no longer be supported by Microsoft after April 8th, 2014. Because so many organizations will still continue to use the program well after its end-of-life date, CSO Online has offered nine “must-do’s” to make XP systems safer.
Are these nine tips enough to protect organizations that need to continue using XP?
Listen to episode 126 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Craig Young and Lamar Bailey discuss why Windows XP is like a zombie infection, what will happen to the value of XP vulnerabilities on April 9th, and how that will affect organizations using XP.
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