The Virtualization Security Round Table Podcast provides an open forum to discuss all things related to Virtualization, Virtual Environment, and Cloud Computing Security. The podcast is hosted by Talkshoe, with the after podcast write-ups and notes are hosted here. The podcast can also be found on iTunes. For more on Virtualization and Cloud Security you may wish to visit our Virtualization Security topic.
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This podcast addresses many Virtualization Security items and is always looking for more ideas. Please contact one of the panelists or contact myself via Twitter, the VMware Communities Forum, or by submitting a comment below.
Our past guest panelists have included people from Altor Networks, Catbird Security, Cisco, Citrix, EMC, HyTrust, NetApp, PCI DSS, Reflex Systems, RSA, TrendMicro, VMware as well as other industry virtualization security groups, consultants, and auditors.
The static panelists of the podcast are:
- Edward L. Haletky, Author of VMware vSphere and Virtual Infrastructure Security: Securing the Virtual Environment and virtualization security analyst, as Moderator.
- Michael Berman, Independent Consultant and Subject Matter Expert
- Iben Rodriguez, Virtualization and Security Architect at Computer Associates and Maintainer of the ESX Hardening Guidance from CISecurity
- Borris Stonglin, Subject Matter Expert
- How VirtuStream does Cloud Security
- News: Public Comment for VMware Hardening Guide
- SaaS Auditing: Knowing who did what
- Virtualizing Business Critical Applications – Security and Compliance
- Cloud API: In-Security?
- 12 Step Program to Enter the Cloud
- Data in the Cloud: Does Information want to be Free?
- Defense in Depth: Hardware Security
- Gaining Visibility into The Cloud: Migration and Security
- Defense in Depth: Bromium vSentry for End User Computing