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Hardening the hypervisor should really be viewed as a standard practice, much as it should be for enterprise servers of any importance. There are an incredible number of configuration options for the major platforms (ESXi, Hyper-V, and XenServer). This extract identifies the most fundamental principles, getting you to a sound security state that conforms to industry best practices.  Access >>>

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  • Securing Hypervisors
  • Hypervisor Configuration and Security
  • Hypervisor Architecture

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