End of Support

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End of Support (EOS)

90% of data breaches are preventable by keeping current on Operating System and Application patches.  EOS is the end of the line for security patching and a risk to your environment. End of Support poses two risks to your business:

  1. No more security patching
  2. The vendor won’t support your environment.

Both make your network vulnerable to cybercriminals. We are actively planning with many of our customers for End of Support of common products such as:

  • VMWare platforms
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Server 2008

Look for common products below and find out if you’re at risk today!

End of Support Timeline

What does this mean for consumers and companies?

Risks

  • Ransomware or Malware Vulnerability
  • Business Email Compromise
  • Network Vulnerability
  • Compliance (GLBA, SOX, GDPR, DFARS, etc)

Solutions

  • Cloud Migration
  • Patch Management
  • Vulnerability Assessments
  • Cyber Security Training
  • Managed Services

How can Peters & Associates help?

With over 30 years of experience, we offer industry leading solutions in:

  • Patch Management
  • Compliance (GLBA, SOX, GDPR, DFARS, etc)
  • Cloud Migration and Secure Backup
  • Network Security Recommendations
  • Free Assessments and Results

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Phishing Test

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Vulnerability Scan

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Vulnerability Assessment

For more information to get started with EOS, contact a Peters & Associates expert:

IT Security Services

Security Health Check for Office 365

Securing your information and digital corporate assets is now more important than ever before. You have made an investment in Office 365 and have been leveraging it for quite some time. However, are you taking advantage of the latest features to help your organization become more secure and are you putting the right processes in place to protect you against the latest threats?