~# whatis Virtualization a broad term that refers to the abstraction of computer resources
~# echo security+virtualization | bc SecurityVirtualization VirtualizationSecurity SecurityThroughVirtualization
~# cat paradigm Operating System App A App X User H User W Virtualization Layer (HyperVisor/VMM) Hardware
~# shift paradigm Operating System A Operating System B Operating System Z App A App K App D User W User V User Y Virtualization Layer Hardware
~# headrisks No physicalseparation; SeparationofDutiescompromised; ConfientialityandIntegrity ? Compliance?
~# head benefits Availability; Isolation of Users and Applications; Incident Recovery; Malware/Virus analysis; Forensics;
Securing a virtual system is not the same as securing a physical one. New threats, new vulnerabilities, new risks. ~# tail virtualization Virtualization is not panacea; We can benefit from virtualization, if we implement it after being well thought.
~# finger firstname.lastname@example.org Q&A Bruno Morisson email@example.com http://genhex.org/~mori/ http://www.linkedin.com/in/morisson