Microsoft is ending Windows Server 2003 support on July 14, 2015, when the popular platform will no longer receive security updates. End of life migration is a serious transition for organizations, and many will keep the using outdated platforms long after the deadline. How should organizations that are still in transition prepare for the inevitable increase in exploits targeting vulnerable systems? Listen to our latest Security Slice podcast and hear Craig Young and Lane Thames discuss why the security risks associated with Server 2003 and XP’s end of support are different, why the increase in threats after the end of support receive little media attention and the practical steps organizations can take now to reduce the attack surfaces of WS2003 devices.
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