This workshop was established to focus attention on the weaknesses in security of stored information, advance the technologies necessary for Security in Storage, and bring together prominent members of the storage, cryptography, and networking communities. Once viewed as fortresses insulated from outside threats, storage systems are now clearly recognized as being just as vulnerable as any other IT system. Whether stored information is dispersed or concentrated in centralized facilities, controllable access must be assured.Test Enviromnent We use Redhat 7.3 with Linux kemel 2.4.18 as operating system platform. FreeSWAN 1.9.7 [I0] to enable IPSec and OpenSSL 0.9.6g to support SSL. ... the iSCSl driver in all tests are configured to access RAM Disk as iSCSl data storage instead of SCSI hard drive directly. ... But Dell PowerEdge 2650 has 2GHz IntelR Xeonm CPU. while Dell Optiplex GXI50 only has IGHz PentiumR IIIanbsp;...
|Title||:||First International IEEE Security in Storage Workshop|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 2003-01|