Securing data: the castle versus the tank

Thursday, 25 October 2007, 7:18 PM EST

Most companies keep their data on storage they own. This storage is located in the datacentre.

To get to this data, users must be authenticated to servers and passed through firewalls. The data looks like it is stored in a castle with thick and high walls and a gate that is open only for those who are authenticated by a gatekeeper.

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