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Virtual machines in a cloud environment are as susceptible to nefarious exploitation – where sensitive data is highly valuable – as physical machines. The same exposure profile exists regardless of the underlying platform (traditional physical, virtualized, private cloud or public cloud). Although traditional security can be used in the cloud, it is neither built, nor optimized for the cloud.
To accelerate the business benefits enabled by virtualization, companies must not overlook security. However isolated and self-contained, virtual containers are still vulnerable to increasingly sophisticated malicious attacks carried out by dedicated networks of cybercriminals. The larger the virtualized environment, the more challenging it can become to efficiently secure virtual machines.
Virtualization offers many benefits, but also raises additional performance issues in areas of security. This bodes the question: is virtualization security counterproductive? Moreover, do the currently-available security solutions impact some of the benefits offered by virtualization, creating bottlenecks and additional issues in virtualized environments as compared to physical server environments?
VDI empowers employees and employers with many benefits, no matter the size of the organization. However, as with any environment, security should always play a pivotal role and should complement the business environment. With VDI it’s no different; security should be seamless, without any effect on the user experience.