Storage security basics: confidentiality and integrity

Monday, 15 August 2005, 7:10 PM EST

If you manage a storage network, one of your primary goals is to ensure that the data is secure. As the administrator, the confidentiality and integrity of information is your responsibility. (Data confidentiality refers to the process of encrypting information to prevent it from being read by users who weren't intended to have access to it. Data integrity means that information has not been changed or modified during transit.)

By Mike Harwood at the Enterprise Storage Forum.

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