Basically the virtualization world has to be as secured as physical servers.
Follow the Virtualization Security Round Table Podcast Episodes at Astroarch.com (also at Talkshoe.com)
- Use of Virtualization in a DMZ. <- something we do have in the Delft Data Center
- Review of security lockdown standards/benchmarks and tools
- Virtualization Security in shared and dedicated hosting environments <- ATos Origin runs that kind of environment. But fortunately the VMware environment for SLB is dedicated although some resources are shared such SAN storage.
- Providing VaaS (VMware as a Service) securely to SMBs for DR. <- this what we are trying to do with the DR project at Delft Data Center
- How virtualization security relates to cloud computing security
- Top 3 security issues
- Optimal Network configuration and design for security
- How to accommodate small / medium and home businesses
- Disaster recovery options – small, medium, large businesses
- VLANs as a Security measure with vSwitch Security
- How you convince a security officer that vSwitches are secure if setup correctly, or can you?
- ISCSI vs Fiber Channel over Ethernet, Security Challenges?
- Virutal cloud / Virtual machines on Cell phones and Security concerns?
- How to setup a secure backup strategy, and network. Common backup security mistakes
- The breath of tech involved, discussion around the skills a VM architect should have/develop?
- Security through obscurity – does it work with regard to naming standards???
- many others…