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Running Windows Server 2003 in a Post-Support World

Even with the imminent end of support for Windows Server 2003 (W2K3), you may still be planning to continue running W2K3 in production. But with a never-ending stream of new exploits, vulnerabilities, and zero-day malware, how can you continue to maintain control and keep those systems safe and secure? (ISC)2 and Bit9 are hosting this webcast which will focus on looking at how to help prevent, detect and respond to advanced threats on endpoints and ensure continued compliance of W2K3 systems.
Recorded May 14 2015 62 mins
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Christopher Strand, Sr. Global Director of Compliance - IT Governance, Risk, and Security Audit Programs, Bit9
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