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Ransomware Server Threat Demands a Virtual Patching Response

by Bharat Mistry

We all know that ransomware is one of the biggest threats facing UK organisations today. You only have to take a look at the headlines to see the havoc it’s wreaking all over the country, and the world. But although the broad message seems to be getting through, Trend Micro research has revealed a troubling lack of awareness when it comes to the details.

As we head towards VMworld Europe in a fortnight it’s worth remembering that only a layered approach to protection offers the best chance of success. That’s because corporate servers are increasingly being singled out by the black hats as vulnerable targets. Continue reading

VMWorld Europe: NSX and Deep Security Defend the Software Defined Datacentre

by Simon Young

Last week was the VMworld Europe show in Barcelona, where the great and good came to see the virtualisation giant share its vision for the next generation of datacentres, known as the software-defined datacentre (SDDC). Its NSX network virtualisation platform will advance the SDDC with another giant leap forward, and improve datacentre security in the process.
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