VM security: The real story of malware in virtual environments
Security researchers have long used virtual machines (VMs) to isolate and analyze malware – but this has led to the misconception that malware disappears once it detects a VM.
But virtual servers and desktops must be protected from malware like other systems. And actually, server-oriented malware is more likely to infect a virtual system than a physical one in many organizations.
In this expert e-guide, Dave Shackleford of Voodoo Security provides the real story of how malware is adapting to virtual environments, so you can ensure protection going forward.