Posts Tagged ‘ vShield Endpoint ’

On Going Conversation: PCI Compliance, Are virtual environments always Mixed-Mode?

December 2, 2011
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On 10/6 was held the Virtualization Security Podcast featuring Davi Ottenheimer in his role as a QSA. Davi holds down many roles working with companies such as VMware, yet he maintains his QSA credentials and applies his knowledge of PCI Compliance. In this podcast we ask the question, is a virtual environment always mixed-mode and…

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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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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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