OK not an expert in enterprise but a search of this forum for that message imples you do a couple of things
1 Scan your PC with malwarebytes as well as several of the scanners in the link below. Ensure malware bytes is the free version do not accept the free trial of the full version.
2. Ensure your OS is fully updated What OS are you running?
A Stack Buffer Overflow message for svchost.exe almost certainly means there's a malware infection which has either injected code into an existing svchost process or created its own process. The message is saying there's a memory corruption problem - something's overrun the end of a piece of allocated memory - which can lead to the execution of code in memory. You don't know what that code is doing but it's probably not a good sign. Overflows tend not to happen by accident, Microsoft has weeded out most of the bugs. So run a few scans to see if everything's okay, and make sure you're up to date with Microsoft/Windows updates.
SVCHost.exe causes High CPU usage. To resolve the issue, check this solution: http://errorcodespro.com/fix-svchost-exe-netsvcs-high-cpu-memory-usage/
Searched a lot and tried my best. Hope it would be helpful
Thank you for your input. I am marking this as 'Assumed Answered' and closing , as the topic is over 3 years old.