Ptacek, Thomas
June 2008
Information Security;Jun2008, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p18
The article presents tips for avoiding virtualization pitfalls. Do not let the enterprise silo vitalization security. Do practice segmentation on the physical virtual machine servers. Do not ignore the risks of virtual machine migration. Do consider virtualization security systems carefully and critically. Lastly be vigilant for any virtualized malware.


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