Virtualization solves many problems at the server and application layer but it does open up holes in the network that must be secured.
Smart patching and whitelisting combined with antivirus are a good way to ensure you are going beyond the basics.
Yet another suite of tools for IT security folks to administer and manage can actually have the opposite effect.
But it doesn't really matter because IPv6 is coming anyway so you might as well get prepared.
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