And another blog post from the recent past I outlined why a patch policy and an update policy maybe critical for survival of an organization. On rare occasions, and actually more often than desirable critical software upon which the organization relies to operate cannot be updated or patched simply because this piece of software has … Continue reading Why you should isolate un-patchable, end-of-life software
Often times applications have reached end-of-life, or are no longer supported by the vendor. In this case organizations tend to weed out or replace such applications simply due to this fact. I was confronted with this organization while performing a due diligence for an investment company. The course after of the organization in question was … Continue reading Application security is not necessarily necessary
Software that it’s not regularly updated presents at risk. However, sometimes it is out of our influence whether or not a software remains up to date. If the software vendor does not provide updates and patches in time, and option to deal with such situations is to isolate software in virtual machines etc.