Third-generation security

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How virtualization technology is making layered security a reality

In the beginning corporate networks were flat. There were private domains used internally only by employees. Network security employed physical locks to prevent unauthorized access to assets. This was the first generation. Then, companies connected networks to the Internet. Firewall ...

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