Protecting End-of-Support Systems

End of support doesn’t have to mean end of security

Don’t leave your mission-critical applications exposed

The end of support for leading enterprise platforms, such as Windows Server 2008 and Server 2008 R2, can introduce major challenges for organisations running mission-critical applications.

Continuing to use platforms and applications that have reached end of support leaves organisations exposed to new vulnerabilities, malware threats, and data breaches.

Trend Micro™ Deep Security™ delivers leading automated protection to secure your applications and workloads across new and EOS systems. Deep Security’s virtual patching automatically shields systems from new threats and vulnerabilities, minimising disruptions and ensuring your critical applications and sensitive enterprise data stay protected.

Shield vulnerabilities
before exploits hit

Deep Security uses host-based intrusion detection and prevention (IDS/IPS) to shield systems, automatically applying a virtual patch to stop vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. This unique approach ensures immediate and consistent protection across your new and end-of-support systems, with minimal business impact or downtime.


Stay protected until and beyond your migration

Many organisations aren’t yet ready to fully or even partially migrate to a newer system due to time, technical, or budgetary constraints. IT and security teams need to assess the risk of leaving critical applications and data on vulnerable systems and take the appropriate measures to ensure those stay protected.

Learn more about the risks involved and how Deep Security can help protect your systems throughout and beyond your migration to a new platform.

What customers say

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"Virtual patching caught our eye and convinced us to select Trend Micro. Patching across such a big environment can be very complicated. Deep Security Software virtual patching is a game changer." ... more

Daniel Liber
Chief Security Officer, Playtech

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