Security for the Virtual WorldTraditional, Minimal, or Optimal?Jason BrownEnterprise Solutions ArchitectEMEA              ...
These days, anything can be virtualized…                             .  Servers, Endpoints, Users, Networks, Storage, Mobi...
Back to Basics…     A VM or VDI is  intrinsically no more      secure than a     physical system                          ...
Virtualisation adds additional challenges…• The Protection Gap                            VM      VM          VM• Anti-Vir...
The Protection Gap                     Built on 1st October                     86 versions of out                     dat...
Anti-Virus storms                     CPU                    Memory                    Network                      I/O
Virtualisation adds additional challenges…• The Protection Gap                            VM      VM          VM• Anti-Vir...
Three approaches…• Legacy Anti-Malware  – Let’s pretend its physical hardware  – “It works doesn’t it?”• Minimal Anti-Malw...
“What if we could…”• The Protection Gap• Anti-Virus storms                             “…share the                        ...
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Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?
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Virtualisation offers many benefits - but virtual machines are intrinsically no more secure than physical systems. In addition, virtual systems provide additional challenges not faced in the physical world. This presentation takes a look at a number of those challenges, and asks how does your Anti-Virus vendor approach this problem?

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Security for the Virtual World - Traditional, Minimal, or Optimal?

  1. 1. Security for the Virtual WorldTraditional, Minimal, or Optimal?Jason BrownEnterprise Solutions ArchitectEMEA November 2, 2011
  2. 2. These days, anything can be virtualized… . Servers, Endpoints, Users, Networks, Storage, Mobile, etc. How does this change the security paradigm?
  3. 3. Back to Basics… A VM or VDI is intrinsically no more secure than a physical system A VM or VDI needs Anti-Malware Protection
  4. 4. Virtualisation adds additional challenges…• The Protection Gap VM VM VM• Anti-Virus storms• Large footprint MA MA MA OS OS OS• Security tied to hypervisor APIs• Shared resources but hypervisor ignorance Datacenter• Offline images fall behind
  5. 5. The Protection Gap Built on 1st October 86 versions of out date by Christmas
  6. 6. Anti-Virus storms CPU Memory Network I/O
  7. 7. Virtualisation adds additional challenges…• The Protection Gap VM VM VM• Anti-Virus storms• Large footprint MA MA MA OS OS OS• Security tied to hypervisor APIs• Shared resources but hypervisor ignorance Datacenter• Offline images fall behind
  8. 8. Three approaches…• Legacy Anti-Malware – Let’s pretend its physical hardware – “It works doesn’t it?”• Minimal Anti-Malware – Let’s whitelist – No more than creating a great big exclusion list – That’s a great big hole in plain English• Optimal Anti-Malware – Love the buzzword, what does it mean in practice?
  9. 9. “What if we could…”• The Protection Gap• Anti-Virus storms “…share the “…know what the• Large footprint scanning alland engine hypervisorsame “…share “…support need• Security tied to “…avoid the of the “…Use the but not VMs locally introduce a hypervisor APIs intelligence wereor other Hypervisor intelligence globally single management major the VM to updatepoint of single your try doing when we across in vendors?” an instant?”• Shared resources console?” VDI?” failure?” to launch a scan?” network?” but hypervisor ignorance• Offline images fall behind
  10. 10. If this sounds optimal, come and talk to us about McAfee MOVE! Stand C67
  11. 11. YOUR YEAR-ROUND IT RESOURCE – access to everything you’ll need to know
  12. 12. THE WHOLETECHNOLOGY STACKfrom start to finish
  13. 13. COMMENT & ANALYSISInsights, interviews and the latest thinking on technology solutions
  14. 14. VIDEOYour source of live information – all the presentations from our live events
  15. 15. TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY Over 3,000 whitepapers,case studies, product overviews and press releases from all the leading IT vendors
  16. 16. EVENTS, WEBINARS & PRESENTATIONS Missed the event? Download the presentations thatinterest you. Catch up with convenient webinars. Plan your next visit.
  17. 17. DirectoryA comprehensive A-Z listing providing in-depth company overviews
  18. 18. ALL FREE TO ACCESS 24/7
  19. 19. online.ipexpo.co.uk

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