Legacy Windows servers and their respective OSes are a necessary evil for many IT admins.
Whether you don’t have the time, resources or the ability to upgrade, legacy systems can easily fly under the radar until an unpatched machine becomes a foothold for cyberattackers. Ransomware attacks like WannaCry and NotPetya took advantage of vulnerabilities of legacy OSes, and there will likely be more.
In this panel discussion, we’ll swap war stories and lessons learned about securing legacy systems. Join Lime Networks’ CTO Kelvin Tegelaar and blogger at TheCyberDrain.com, along with Blumira’s Amanda Berlin, Lead Incident Detection Engineer and Jeremy Young, Director of Partner Strategy, as they discuss how to prevent your legacy Microsoft systems from becoming targets. They’ll cover:
- Best practices that make it easier to secure legacy systems
- How to achieve robust logging through free resources like Sysmon and Windows Baseline Configs
- The challenges of security when every user is an admin
- A comparison of then and now, discussing the most commonly exploited pieces of Windows OS (Spoiler Alert? Things haven’t changed much)
This interactive, conversational-style session encourages questions and engagement with viewers – so sign up today for access to our security experts.
Kelvin Tegelaar, CTO, Lime Networks
Kelvin is co-owner and CTO of Lime Networks, an MSP located in Rotterdam. He’s also the author of Cyberdrain, a popular blog dedicated to providing MSPs with practical walkthroughs and scripts for monitoring with PowerShell. Kelvin is a Microsoft MVP and the recipient of several MSP industry awards.
Amanda Berlin, Lead Incident Detection Engineer, Blumira
Based in Ohio, Amanda is a highly accomplished network defender well-regarded throughout the Midwest infosec community. She’s spent the last three years with NetWorks Group’s MDR team and Blumira, while most recently as a Sr. Incident Detection Engineer specializing in threat detection research as well as SecOps. Amanda serves as the founder and CEO of Mental Health Hackers, a nonprofit dedicated to providing education and guidance to tech workers around mental health topics. Amanda is also the co-host of the Brakeing Down Security podcast. She is the author of a Blue Team best practices book called “Defensive Security Handbook: Best Practices for Securing Infrastructure” with Lee Brotherston through O’Reilly Media.
Jeremy Young, Director of Partner Strategy, Blumira
Jeremy, joining us from Austin, TX, has been working in tech and cybersecurity for over a decade. Before joining the team at Blumira, Jeremy was Head of Affiliate Partnerships at Huntress Labs, where he led the go-to-market strategy for partnerships. Prior to that, Jeremy spent a couple of years on the Duo MSP team advocating for MFA to be a standard for all MSPs and their customers.