Understanding Storage Security and Threats

Presented by

Pierre Mouallem, Lenovo; John Kim, Mellanox; J Metz, Cisco; Steve Vanderlinden, Lenovo

About this talk

What does it mean to be protected and safe? You need the right people and the right technology. This presentation is going to go into the broad introduction of security principles in general. This will include some of the main aspects of security, including defining the terms that you must know, if you hope to have a good grasp of what makes something secure or not. We’ll be talking about the scope of security, including threats, vulnerabilities, and attacks – and what that means in real storage terms. In this live webcast we will cover: •Protecting the data (Keeping “the bad” out) •Threat landscape, Bad actors/hackers •Attack vectors, attack surfaces, vulnerabilities •Physical security issues •Layers of protection (encryption – last line of defense) •Remediation after a breach/incident After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog: http://bit.ly/2JQ1s5L

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