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With End of Support,(EOS), in October 2023 fast approaching for Windows Server 2012 and Windows 2012 R2 you’ll be facing the tricky choice of either taking the additional costs and the limited security commitment of MS ESUs, taking the (unlikely) risk of not protecting against new vulnerabilities, or looking for an alternative solution.
Trend Micro supported clients facing the same problem with Windows 2008, providing SaaS Server protection that included Vulnerability Shielding. This unique capability delivered not only significant cost savings over MSUs, (typically 40%+), it also enabled them to automatically protect systems whether they knew about the cyber threat or the fix or not, or whether they knew if the server was susceptible to the threat (a challenge for Log4J), with no need for manual intervention, and without having to reboot the Servers.
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Learn the process of monitoring vulnerabilities and threats, the creation of intrusion detection and prevention system (IDS/IPS) rules, the frequency of rule updates, and the quality assurance of the rules. Additionally, gain an insight into critical information on vulnerability coverage for various operating systems and applications protected by Trend Micro, including end-of-support (EOS) systems like Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Server 2012 R2, and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and older.