Windows XP: A Feast for Cyber Attackers?

Presented by

Vivek Chudgar, Director of Mandiant Security Consulting Services, APJ, FireEye Inc

About this talk

Get to know the impact of legacy systems on the security in the organisations. Come April 2014, Microsoft will stop releasing patches and bug fixes for Windows XP—which means the operating system will be more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. For organisations not ready to move away from Windows XP, there are key questions and implications they have to face: 1.How will Windows XP hold up against cyber-attacks and viruses 2.How much more vulnerable will the Windows XP systems be? 3.Should organizations be worried if there are only a small group Windows XP installations? 4.What if the other security controls are tight? Join us to understand these issues at our live webinar "Windows XP: A Feast for Cyber Attackers?" on Friday, 28 March 2014. In this session, Vivek Chudgar, Director of Mandiant Security Consulting Services, will explore these questions with you, and explain the options available should one choose to continue with Windows XP after April 2014. This session is open to both technical managers and business professionals interested to understand the impact of legacy systems on the overall security of the organisation environment. Register now for this webinar.

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