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Protect your data assets – Building a secure NAS from the ground up


Most of these critical files reside on NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices. Enterprises use these devices to store and access unstructured data – including documents, spreadsheets, videos and other files not residing in a structured database – as well as their backups.

Whether it’s customer data or sensitive internal information, you need to take all possible precautions to protect your NAS. This should include encryption of all data at rest and in-transit, two-factor authentication and other access controls to ensure data privacy and compliance with GDPR, HIPAA and other regulations.

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