Market analysis: storage security

Friday, 8 April 2005, 10:47 AM EST

Storage security is gaining importance in the enterprise. Increasingly, regulations require organizations to take "reasonable" steps to protect data; we believe that reasonable includes the standard security topics of authentication, access control and/or encryption.

If you haven't been thinking about storage security, you'd better start. The safeguards you put in place to protect data in storage--whether in a database, on a SAN (storage-area network) or on disk in a flat file--might be your last line of defense against those who threaten your customers' sensitive data and your company's reputation.

By Don MacVittie at Network Computing.

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