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WatchGuard helps secure Hyper-V environments

WatchGuard's XTMv unified threat management system now includes support for Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualisation software.

In addition to adding Hyper-V support to the XTMv UTM system, WatchGuard has announced that similar support will be added to the XCSv content security system during the third quarter of 2013.

XTMv and XCSv are said to be suitable for on-premises as well as public and private cloud deployment.

WatchGuard recently joined the Microsoft Partner Network.

"WatchGuard's XTMv and XCSv products offer the same best-in-class security our customers have come to know and expect of our physical appliance solutions and extend their visibility protection into the virtualised environment," said WatchGuard's regional director for Australia and New Zealand, Pat Devlin.

"We are proud to be a part of the Microsoft Partner Network so we can support Hyper-V customers with WatchGuard's powerful, scalable and manageable security solutions."


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