Virtualization Security Trends & Insights

  • LANGUAGE: English DATE: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 TIME: 16:00 CEST, 2pm UTC
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In this webinar, Martin Kuppinger will talk about security in virtualized environments and the developments happening in this space. How does state-of-the-art security in virtual environments look like? And what should be a future roadmap that works?

Virtualization has been a key enabler to further optimize your infrastructure for more flexibility through "Cloud IT" – environments which allow consuming IT services from the most appropriate service providers, whether they are internal or external ones. However, changes mean new risks. With virtualization, IT environments might not only be moved from server to server, but even to other service providers. And even in private environments, either on-premise or in dedicated environments of service providers, things are changing.

In this webinar, Martin Kuppinger will talk about security in virtualized environments and the developments happening in this space. How does state-of-the-art security in virtual environments look like? And what should be a future roadmap that works?

Please also have a look at our current survey on virtualization security. If you have a few minutes to take part in this survey, you can win an iPad or one of three tickets for the European Identity Conference 2011!


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