Securing the Cloud Through Utility Virtual Machines IMCIC 2016

@inproceedings{Denz2016SecuringTC,
  title={Securing the Cloud Through Utility Virtual Machines IMCIC 2016},
  author={Robert Denz and Thayer},
  year={2016}
}
The advent of hypervisors has revolutionized the computing industry with new technologies for malware prevention and detection, secure virtual machine managers, and cloud resilience. However, this has resulted in a disjointed response to handling known threats rather than preventing unknown zeroday threats. This paper introduces an alternative paradigm for cloud computing – utility virtual machines -that leverage the rapid advancement multi-core processors with virtualization hardware… CONTINUE READING

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