Posts Tagged ‘ Trend Micro ’

Distributed Virtual Switch Failures: Failing-Safe

February 10, 2011
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Distributed Virtual Switch Failures: Failing-Safe

In my virtual environment recently, I experienced two major failures. The first was with VMware vNetwork Distributed Switch and the second was related to the use of a VMware vShield. Both led to catastrophic failures, that could have easily been avoided if these two subsystems failed-safe instead of failing-closed. VMware vSphere is all about availability,…

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Virtualization Security: Year in Review

December 29, 2010
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My conference schedule kept pace with the changes in the virtualization security ecosystem through out the year. What are those changes? This is the end of year review of the virtualization security ecosystem.

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Major Virtualization Security Annoucements

November 1, 2010
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Last week, there were several major virtualization security announcements, that taken singularly may only apply to the specific products, but taken together show the growth of the virtualization security ecosystem.

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Virtual Desktop Security: Best Practices

September 22, 2010
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The Virtualization Security Podcast on 9/16 was the first in a series of Virtual Desktop Security discussions we will be having. The special guest panelist was Bill McGee from Trend Micro who helped us to understand their implementation of Deep Security 7.5's Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware (AV collectively) within the virtual desktop. Trend Micro's product makes…

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Virtualization Security Strategy from VMworld 2010

September 8, 2010
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Virtualization Security was one of the BIG Deals at VMworld with several announcements: * VMware vShield Edge, App, and End Point * Trend Micro will have the first product making use of vShield End Point * Cisco Virtual Security Gateway (VSG) * HyTrust and their growing list of technology partners But the biggest news is…

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VMware vShield 4.1, not for the SMB

September 6, 2010
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VMware vShield 4.1, not for the SMB

I wonder how many of us remember when VMware bought BlueLane and their technology, good things were promised, we saw the first part with the release of vSphere when they introduced vShield Zones. This was a “Free” product for those of you that had any version above Advanced vSphere and to be fair for a…

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VMworld: Security Buzz

September 2, 2010
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Nearly everyone I talked to at VMworld was buzzing in some form about Virtualization Security. Everyone has picked up on the pre-show buzz from VMware, Trend Micro, HyTrust, and every other security vendor. This week will tell. There are announcements about security, keynote sessions that include security, and more than a few sessions about security.…

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Virtualization Security Round-up (Updated)

August 4, 2010
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Virtualization Security Round-up (Updated)

In the End-to-End Virtualization Security Whitepaper we review various aspects of server security with an eye to determining how the products would work together to create a secure virtual environment. While some of these tools are cross-platform, the vast majority of them are geared specifically to VMware vSphere. In this post we will look at…

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If the Virtualization Security Products had no Firewall?

June 10, 2010
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The security companies are looking into all aspects of virtual environment introspection to label, tag, or mark all objects for compliance reasons, inspect the contents of virtual machines for asset management (CMDB), and an early form of Root Kit detection. Virtualization Security is not just about the firewall, it is about the entire ecosystem, auditing,…

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