Five Best Practices to Protect Your Virtual Environment

Five Best Practices to Protect Your Virtual Environment


The cost and scalability benefits of virtualization are undeniable. However, there is one thing that stands in the way of virtualization’s progress: security.

If you are planning or augmenting your virtual environment, there are many vital considerations that you must make to ensure security, malware suppression, and compliance. In this resource, explore why legacy protection measures just don’t go far enough for virtualization, plus five best practices to protect your virtual environment. Read now to learn how you can enjoy the benefits of virtualization without sacrificing security.

Juniper Networks, Inc.
01 May 2012
20 Apr 2012
6 Page(s)
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