Sophos Product Lifecycle
Enhance your defenses and simplify management with cloud-based cybersecurity.
Given the aggressive nature of attacks that continue across all industries, along with the ever-increasing pace of cybersecurity, customers should ensure that they have regular patching and upgrade plans.
Sophos products will progress through a normal product lifecycle, eventually reaching the End of Sale and End of Life milestones. It is important that you check the retirement calendars below to confirm your Sophos products are active and in support.
Product Alert: End of Life for Selected Sophos Products
Customers using the following products will no longer receive updates and will see updating errors in their management console if used beyond July 20, 2023. Your organization will not be protected against the latest threats, or experience degraded security, if these products are used beyond this date.
Endpoint and Server Protection products managed by Sophos Enterprise Console (on-premises)
Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux (managed by Sophos Enterprise Console and Sophos Central)
Sophos Anti-Virus for UNIX
Sophos for Virtual Environments (managed by Sophos Enterprise Console and Sophos Central)
Sophos Mobile (managed on-premises)
Sophos Web Appliance
Sophos Email Appliance
Adaptive Cybersecurity Ecosystem
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Automatically upgrade to the latest product version, add new solutions, and test new products directly from Sophos Central.
Sophos offers professional services to assist with the migration to a successor product. For details on how Sophos Professional Services can assist with a successful migration, visit the Professional Services web page. You can also contact your local Sophos Sales Partner to discuss additional options.
Sophos strongly recommends following industry-standard migration best-practice principles. These include (but are not limited to): planning, testing, backing up, defining and testing a roll-back strategy, and being prepared to execute your roll-back strategy within your defined maintenance window in the event the steps provided are unsuccessful. For product-specific recommendations for migration steps and best practices please refer to the appropriate product-migration pages above.