Virtualizing Sloppy Practice Makes Security Virtually Impossible
I've been doing a lot of study on security issues with Virtualized technologies: desktops and servers. There is a lot of hype to wade through, but one thing is sure: Virtualization makes your processes occur quickly.
Got good processes? Cool. Got sloppy tracking of too many servers located on too many dissipated networks? Wow, do you suck.
And as you find yourself cranking out servers in 20 minutes of a service order, you'll really find the hackers sharpening their knives on you.
Let me know what you think. What are your experiences with Virtualization?
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