In Pictures: How to protect virtual machines (VMs)

These four products represent different approaches to VM security

Dome9 SecOps for AWS Its interface will remind you of Check Point’s, which makes sense because some of its team came from there. Firewall rule sets are quickly set up between different security groups or specific VMs. You set up ports and protocols for traffic that is inbound and outbound for each security group. You can also set up logs for each group, and monitor file system integrity for all the VMs in the group. Once you have your groups taken care of, you can watch your event logs in real time on the Web interface or export them to Excel for further analysis. Dome9 costs $10 a month per each VM instance it secures, and there are various plans for multiple VMs and users.

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