In Pictures: How to protect virtual machines (VMs)

These four products represent different approaches to VM security

Catbird vSecurity 5.5 Catbird is solid in protecting your virtual networking infrastructure, filling a need that is unmet in VMware’s extensive product line and ahead of what the other vendors have available. Catbird delivers firewall, IDS and anti-virus, plus compliance features. Since we last tested the product in 2011, Catbird has expanded its reports but reduced its coverage, dropping support for Xen. However, the new version, 6.0, adds support for Microsoft Hyper-V. In this image, Catbird is displaying details of your VM network infrastructure.

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