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  • Cisco, EMC partner on SAN encryption

    Cisco will ship encryption in switches later this year integrated with EMC's RSA key management software. Users are curious but cautious about its impact on other services. 

  • Storage switch startup burns out, turns to security

    The company formerly known as Maxxan has been rechristened CipherMax and is now marketing a storage switch/encryption appliance with one point of management. 

  • EMC plans array-based encryption via PowerPath

    EMC's next security move will be array-based encryption through PowerPath by 2008, according to internal documents obtained by SearchStorage. 

  • Apple fixes Xsan security flaw

    Attackers could exploit a security flaw in Apple's Xsan file system to launch malicious code and crash vulnerable machines, but a fix is available. 

  • EMC sheds light on RSA integration plans

    As the dust begins to settle on EMC's $2.1 billion acquisition of RSA Security, the hard work of integration begins. What's EMC strategy here? 

  • City relegates EMC Clariion to secondary storage

    The city of Cincinnati has bumped EMC's Clariion to secondary storage and made its HDS array its primary storage using storage replication software from Topio. 

  • Storage Clips: Kasten Chase closes its doors

    Canadian storage encryption and key management firm Kasten Chase is ceasing operations and has assigned the assets of the company to a trustee in bankruptcy. 

  • Storage Clips: Data breach affects 196,000 HP employees

    HP has confirmed that a laptop containing information on participants in its retirement plan was stolen a week ago. 

  • Tape and disk encryption product roundup

    With tape and disk encryption products becoming more popular, storage administrators have more options in how to protect sensitive information at rest in the data center and in flight across public networks. 

  • You knew it had to happen sooner or later

    Marriott's lost tapes are just the latest in a string of high-profile storage snafus. But with plenty of viable security solutions available, there's simply no excuse for these very public blunders.