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Intel Cloud Builders Reference Architecture: Enhanced Cloud Security with HyTrust & Vmware

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Best Practice Security in a Cloud-Enabled World

Cloud computing offers a rich set of benefits. But without a clear understanding of cloud security risks, those benefits lose their luster and your organization could face serious consequences, such as a major data breach or network attack.

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