Enterprise Virtualization Security Whitepaper

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Organisations globally are subject to greater levels of cyber-threat than ever before. It is vital that the IT infrastructure, both physical and virtual, is fully and effectively secured. The addition of security functionality into any IT system, is going to involve some level of resource consumption. The aim is always to maximise protection whilst minimising performance impact – balancing security and systems efficiency.

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