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Storage Security: Protecting SANs, NAS and DAS

ISBN: 978-0-7645-1688-7
408 pages
January 2003
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* Storage systems are back-up data centers for vital information and a reliable second line of defense in the event a network is brought down
* Security experts Chirillo and Blaul navigate the challenges of secure storage networks in this invaluable how-to book
* Presents a standard set of secure policies and applications
* Analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of SAN, NAS, and DAS systems, detailing security concerns and considerations
* Discusses how to implement and architect more secure storage systems, focusing on breaches, redundancy, and security strategies
* Takes into consideration protection against internal intruders and tests those plans via vulnerability and penetration testing
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Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Storage Evolution.

Chapter 2: Direct Attached Storage (DAS).

Chapter 3: Network Attached Storage (NAS).

Chapter 4: Storage Area Network (SAN).

Chapter 5: Data Availability.

Chapter 6: Data Protection, Backup, and Recovery.

Chapter 7: Selecting a Secure Storage Solution.

Chapter 8: Designing and Implementing a Sound Data (NAS/SAN) Security Program.

Chapter 9: Testing and Monitoring.

Appendix A: What's on the Web Site.

Appendix B: Useful Resources.


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Author Information

JOHN CHIRILLO, CISSP, ASE, CCDA, CCIE, CCNA, CCNP, Master UNIX, is Senior Internetworking Engineer at ValCom. A nationally recognized authority, John has developed security solutions for numerous Fortune 1000 companies. He is the author of Hack Attacks Revealed, Hack Attacks Denied, Hack Attacks Encyclopedia, and Networking Lab Practice Kit.
SCOTT BLAUL, CISSP, ASE, CCIE, CCNA, CCNP, CNE, is Director and General Manager of Profes-sional Services at ValCom. He has authored numerous technical training materials for the U.S. Marine Corps and is highly experienced with SANs, Microsoft products, and security vulnerabilities.
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