SA govt's legacy IT management fail

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SA govt's legacy IT management fail

[Blog post] Six years without security patches.

It's a story we've heard time and time again: government agencies are running legacy, unsupported, and unpatched operating systems. This time the culprit was 10 of South Australia's most critical government agencies, who were outed as having 226 agency servers still on Windows Server 2003 ...

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Tony Campbell
Tony Campbell has been a technology and security professional for over two decades, during which time he has worked on dozens of large-scale enterprise security projects, published technical books and worked as a technical editor for Apress Inc.

He was was the co-founder of Digital Forensics Magazine prior to developing security training courses for infosec skills.

He now lives and works in Perth, where he maintains a security consulting role with Kinetic IT while continuing to develop training material and working on fiction in his limited spare time.

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