Moving ahead with data security

Friday, 24 June 2005, 2:03 AM EST

How does your company enforce data security? I bet most of your answers will involve procedures based on host applications that have varying degrees of sophistication, depending on how much is at stake with a security breach.

A different question, "Does your company have independent, storage-based data protection measures?" will probably just trigger blank stares, because data protection is mostly entrusted to host-residing applications and, at the moment, there are very few alternatives to that approach.

By Mario Apicella at InfoWorld.

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