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For security directors at large organizations, securing virtualized data centers is a major concern. Server virtualization offers several benefits including better total cost of ownership, increased operational efficiencies and more flexible management capabilities. But server virtualization may also increase security risks. Virtual machines (VMs) themselves are no less secure than their physical counterparts, but organizations often apply different procedures to their deployment and management. In addition, server virtualization while offering some major architectural benefits, may at the same time, introduce new vulnerabilities if not properly addressed.
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