sponsored by CA Technologies
Posted:  01 Jun 2010
Published:  01 May 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  16  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

To reduce virtualisation security risks, independent access enforcement and monitoring technology must be employed in conjunction with native security measures. Some of the vulnerabilities that were traditionally controlled by the presence of physical security must now be mitigated through the implementation of granular access controls and user activity reporting on the virtualisation platform. A comprehensive solution for privileged access management is required in order to mitigate the risks associated with the new breed of security considerations and satisfy auditors. Internal or external service providers delivering Infrastructure-as-a-Service will need to provide premium visibility and control features to their customers if they want to support the organisation with next-generation technologies.

In this paper you'll learn about:

  • Managing access in a virtualised environment
  • Virtualisation security risks
  • Cloud computing
  • Protecting the virtual environment
  • Enabling Infrastructure-as-a-Service
  • And more





BROWSE RELATED RESOURCES
Access Control | Access Control Software | Cloud Computing | Platform as a service | Regulatory Compliance | Security Management | Security Software | Software as a Service | Virtual Machine | Virtualization Security

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