Is virtualization a black hole in your security? 5 ways to ensure it isn't
sponsored by Sophos, Inc.

The ease with which virtual computer image files can now be downloaded means there is a much higher risk of end users running unauthorized applications - from games to browsers to beta software - in a virtual environment, making corporate systems and data much more vulnerable than in the past. This paper describes the hidden threats raised by unauthorized, unsecured desktop virtualization, and gives five effective ways to secure yourself against them.
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