Neil Anderson, Principal Consultant, Dell SecureWorks
Virtualisation has been one of the most exciting innovations to take off in the IT sphere of the last decade. Virtualising vast swathes of your infrastructure can deliver substantial savings in terms of hardware, power cooling and most importantly, valuable data centre space. Virtualisation has also led to to the rise of cloud computing as a viable proposition.
But virtualisation can also cause massive headaches when trying to secure your newly virtualised environment. Suddenly, traditional designs for segmentation, endpoint defence, and traffic inspection no longer work. Traditional architectures have gaping security holes when applied to virtualised environments.
In this Dell SecureWorks webcast, Neil Anderson, a Principal Consultant from the Infrastructure Protection & Mobility team, will discuss:where the problem exists when trying to secure the virtual environmental, common pitfalls for organisations and advice to combat these issues:
-Roadblocks to securing the virtual environmental
-Experience from the coalface: Common pitfalls
-Expert advice on how to secure the virtual environment
As a member of the infrastructure protection and mobility team, Neil Anderson provides consultancy and pre-sales support for network security projects across the UK. Neil is responsible for the design, specification, architecture and implementation of network security solutions across the range of services offered by the infrastructure protection and mobility team. As a qualified CLAS consultant, Neil also provides network security consultancy services for clients to achieve compliance with Government standards and industry best-practice