Tuesday, October 27, 2009

New Security Best Practices for Today?s Hybrid Networks

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Extend Iron-clad Security Across Your Entire Physical-Virtual-Cloud Network

Used to be, securing your company's data center simply meant throwing up the strongest defense possible around the perimeter of your network. Those days are long gone with the shift away from pure physical computing environments to ones that also incorporate at least some measure of virtualization and cloud computing.

To be effective, modern security and compliance controls must now extend across the entire physical, virtual, and cloud computing continuum of these new hybrid networks. And that means you need to adopt new security best practices that can keep up with the dynamics of this new type of infrastructure.

Securing the Physical/Virtual/Cloud Continuum
Thursday, November 5, 2009
2:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM PT | 7:00 PM GMT

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During this live webcast, industry experts will answer:

  • How does the rising virtualization of cloud computing affect your business?
  • What's the impact of these changes on security best practices?
  • Which of today's next-generation technologies best address these new challenges?

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