Data Storage Security
Contributed by Tom Olzak and restored from the old Infosecwriters archive.
Data in transit, across and between company networks, are usually the focus of extensive security efforts. However, organizations typically regard data residing on internal storage devices as “secure enough.” Databases and flat files stored on server drives or on SAN disk arrays don’t move outside the security perimeter; so why worry?
In this paper, we’ll explore data storage vulnerabilities, the risks these vulnerabilities present to an organization, and ways to effectively manage those risks.
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