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Virtual World of Containers, VMs Creates New Security Challenges

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Containers, virtual machines, and the advent of DevOps as a software creation tool all put new pressures on organizations' security strength, according to Dan Hubbard, CEO of Lacework. Cloud's ability to offer scale, capacity, and processing power may even exacerbate the vulnerabilities unless properly managed, he adds.

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gregwhite20134,
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7/6/2020 | 12:56:35 AM
Re: Security Challenges
If a company is using cloud, then there will also be a lot of security challenges mainly becaause they are prone to attackes. 
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10/14/2019 | 11:17:45 AM
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