Collateral for my session at the BriForum 2013 conference

AgentlessAntivirusThumbnailThank you to those who attended my session at BriForum 2013 and filled out the survey! I hope to be back next year.

Here is the session presentation slide deck:

AgentlessAntivirusTips&Tricks_YuryMagalif_July2013_BriForum_v7

Here is the link to the session description on the BriForum website:

http://briforum.com/US/sessions.html#ymagalifAntivirus

 

My presentation is called “Tips and Tricks on Building Agentless Antivirus Scanners for Virtual Desktops”

This tips and techniques session is best for administrators and consultants looking to implement an Antivirus solution for their VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). The goal is to minimize I/O impact to VDI. We will discuss the two most developed scanners taking advantage of VMware vShield Endpoint application programing interfaces (APIs) – Trend Micro Deep Security Antivirus and McAfee Agentless MOVE AntiVirus. Specifically, we will focus on real-world examples of VMware, Trend Micro and McAfee best practices. For example, the participants will learn whether to use their current Antivirus for VDI versus VDI agentless antivirus, why the VM Communication Interface (VMCI) driver is important, how to deploy the Security Virtual Appliances (SVAs), why you should disable VMotion for SVAs, how to test your solution using EICAR test files and how to shut down your VDI agentless antivirus VMs properly if doing maintenance. A basic understanding of VMware vSphere, VMware View and Enterprise Antivirus solutions is recommended.

Please send me any remaining questions that come up.

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