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Five Security Principles for Virtualized Environments
Virtualization has created a much more efficient environment for our technology, but raised some new types of security risks
By: Unitiv Blog
May. 5, 2012 08:00 AM
Over the past decade, we’ve become much more robust in our approach to information security. We recognize that our company’s largest vulnerabilities have to do with its computer systems, and that data security is at the core of loss prevention, disaster recovery, and even normal operations.
Virtualization has created a much more efficient environment for our technology, but it’s also raised some new types of security risks. If you’re going to keep business running as usual and keep it secure, you need to know how to mitigate some of these risks.
Here are some things to keep in mind when considering security and your virtualized environment:
Virtualization providers are well aware of the kinds of implications that the technology has on security, and as time goes on they’re providing more and better tools to handle these complex concerns.
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