Windows 7 End-of-Life: What to Do If You Can’t Upgrade Your Systems

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Shahar Razon and Aviel Fogel

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Now that Windows 7 has reached its end-of-life date, you might be wondering if your Windows 7 PCs increase your risk of an attack. The simple answer is yes. Because Windows 7 systems will no longer receive software patches or security updates, any unsupported Windows 7 PCs in your network could become the entry point for a damaging attack. Unfortunately, legacy systems lurk in many corporate networks. Extended security update programs can offer a temporary—and costly—stopgap, but security leaders must consider other approaches to protect all their unsupported systems from exploits. Join security experts Shahar Razon and Aviel Fogel as they discuss: -The top risks for Windows 7 systems -Why older operating systems are inherently less secure -Strategies to secure legacy systems from exploits and malware

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