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Security + Reliability = New Disaster Recovery Concept

Security + Reliability = New Disaster Recovery Concept

August 10, 2012 0 Comments

Do any of these statements or questions sound familiar to you?

  • Data encryption is too slow to allow any “real work” to get done.
  • We are not under any regulatory constraints (e.g. HIPAA, SOX, PCI-DSS, etc), so we don’t need to encrypt our data.
  • We are a small business – we don’t have to worry about hackers.
  • How do you access your critical data if there is an outage?
  • What steps have you taken to provide for disaster recovery in the event of power failures, cyber attacks, corruption of data, etc.?
  • What’s keeping you from taking action today?

Check out my other blog post for a few recent events from this week that might get you thinking differently about the security (Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) and Multi-Tenant Tables) and reliability (OpenEdge Management, OpenEdge Replication/Plus) of your OpenEdge application and data.

Thanks and as always, please feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you think.

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Matt Cicciari

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