Virtual environments are now a core part of the IT infrastructure world. But even 20 years after virtualisation began to go mainstream, many have still not worked out how to properly protect and secure the technology.
In fact, research has found that having virtualised infrastructure can double the cost of a security breach. In this roundtable debate - hosted by CPI Europe in partnership with Kaspersky Lab - will examine the need for virtualisation security, how resellers and their customers should approach this technology, and what the channel ought to do to take advantage of market opportunities.
Our panel of experts will discuss why it is so important to protect virtual infrastructure, while taking a closer look at the technical specs required from virtualisation security solutions, and running through some best-practice advice, specific use cases, and practical guidance for VARs.
We will also unveil some of the findings of an exclusive research project and whitepaper in which resellers across the continent gave us an insight into their virtualisation and security business, what their customers are looking for, and what we can expect from this vibrant market over the coming years.
To download the whitepaper containing the full findings of our research free of charge, simply click here and complete a short registration form
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