Managing virtualization: Interview with Rob Juncker, VP of technology, Shavlik

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As virtualization becomes more mainstream, even in small and midsize organizations, security professionals must consider the risks of managing this emerging technology. Threats such as VM sprawl, in which IT departments lose visibility of their virtual assets, creates the potential of unpatched and vulnerable machines. Rob Juncker, VP of technology at Shavlik, sits down with SC Magazine Executive Editor Dan Kaplan to explain why organizations must apply the same security principles to their virtual machines as they do for their traditional computing systems.
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