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Low-hanging fruit for storage security?

What do you see as the "low hanging fruit" in implementing security for storage networks?

Besides some of the easily implementable security technologies, there are several "best practices" that an enterprise can implement. This includes keeping your systems up to date on fixes, enforcing password rules, establishing and enforcing security policies, etc.

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