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3rd International IEEE Security in Storage Workshop

Date: 13 December-13 December 2005
Location: Golden Gate Holiday Inn, San Francisco, California, USA
Organizer: IEEE Computer Society
Homepage: http://www.ieeeia.org/sisw/2005

Meeting the challenge to protect stored information critical to individuals, corporations, and governments is made more difficult by the continually changing uses of storage and the exposure of storage media to adverse conditions.

Example uses include employment of large shared storage systems for cost reduction and, for convenience, wide use of transiently-connected storage devices offering significant capacities and manifested in many forms, often embedded in mobile devices.

Protecting intellectual property, privacy, health records, and military secrets when media or devices are lost, stolen, or captured is critical to information owners.

A comprehensive, systems approach to storage security is required for the activities that rely on storage technology to remain or become viable.

This workshop serves as an open forum to discuss storage threats, technologies, methodologies and deployment.

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