19 ways to build physical security into a data center

Wednesday, 16 November 2005, 5:10 AM EST

At information-intensive companies, data centers don't just hold the crown jewels; they are the crown jewels. Protecting them is a job for whiz-bang technologists, of course. But just as important, it's a job for those with expertise in physical security and business continuity. That's because all the encryption and live backups in the world are a waste of money if someone can walk right into the data center with a pocket knife, a camera phone and bad intentions.

By Sarah D. Scalet at CSO.

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