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A Practical Guide to Keeping your Virtual Data Center Safe

As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, it is likely that the amount of attacks on the virtual layer will increase. Organisations with virtualised servers need to be aware of the security risks in order to protect themselves. This paper outlines the risks facing virtual environments and reveals 10 top tips for keeping virtualised servers secure.

Published Date: 2010-12-08

No. of Pages: 4

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As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, it is likely that the amount of attacks on the virtual layer will increase. Organisations with virtualised servers need to be aware of the security risks in order to protect themselves. This paper outlines the risks facing virtual environments and reveals 10 top tips for keeping virtualised servers secure.

As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, it is likely that the amount of attacks on the virtual layer will increase. Organisations with virtualised servers need to be aware of the security risks in order to protect themselves. This paper outlines the risks facing virtual environments and reveals 10 top tips for keeping virtualised servers secure.

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