Microsoft Support for Windows 7 and Server 2008 Has Ended

What does this mean for industrial users?

Is your facility using Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 for its industrial control systems?  If so, you should know that beginning January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer be providing security updates or support for these products.  This means your systems will become increasingly more vulnerable to security risks.

Can your operation afford the uncertainty of production downtime, proprietary information loss, or even a full system failure?  Stay current and migrate to Windows 10, and the latest release of Windows Server.  This will ensure you continue receiving the latest security patches necessary for maximum uptime. 

Not sure how to migrate?

Champion’s team of Engineers and Cybersecurity Experts have you covered with options that work best for your facility’s needs.  Trained in the latest ISA/IEC 62443 and NIST standards for industrial cybersecurity, our specialists have the certifications and real world application experience to recommend the best option for you.  We can provide you with system assessments, implementation recommendations based on industry best practices, maintain the integrity of your control system and lower the exposure to future threats.

To read more about Windows 7 and Windows Server end of support, visit 

Want to learn more about Champion’s Cybersecurity offerings or schedule a free consultation?

Champion Technology Services, Inc. is an industrial control systems integrator that provides cybersecurity services across the United States and abroad. Our team includes ISA/IEC 62443 Cybersecurity Experts and GICSP (Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional)-certified professionals. We help small, medium, and large companies assess their existing control systems and implement cybersecurity protocols that meet their facility’s requirements while maintaining our status as an unbiased third-party cybersecurity solution provider.

Additional information on these changes can be found here: Support, MSRC

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