Safeguarding stored data

Thursday, 17 November 2005, 1:02 AM EST

W. Curtis Preston, the author of "The Storage Security Handbook" and "Unix Backup & Recovery," begins with an overview of the security problems that companies are trying to address with encryption and authentication systems. He then explains the three basic ways to encrypt sensitive data: encryption at the source, encryption with a backup application and hardware encryption.

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