Virtualisation and Security
How does virtualisation change our approach to security, availability and disaster recovery
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Virtualisation is now a viable offering that is being used to support a growing number of services on server and desktop systems.
So with more and more systems being deployed using a variety of virtualisation platforms, the next questions to consider are "does this change our approach to security?", and "do we need to alter our stance on High Availability / Disaster Recovery?"
These are the questions we'll be looking to answer during this live one hour webcast
Fronting things from The Register studios is Tim Phillips and joining him are our old friends Neil Sanderson and Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics. The three of them run through the whole gamut of security considerations including, but not limited to, the following areas:
- Security is all about context
- How does virtualisation affect security
- What could go wrong?
- What are the options?
- Securing systems
- High availability/ systems recovery
- Data and virtual machine backup and recovery challenges
- Software licensing
- Security and VDI
This event now available to view on-demand.