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2010
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Securing Internet Protocol (IP) Storage: A Case Study

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Securing Internet Protocol (IP) Storage: A Case Study
Storage networking technology has enjoyed strong growth in recent years, but security concerns and threats facing networked data have grown equally fast. Today, there are many potential threats that are targeted at storage networks, including data modification, destruction and theft, DoS attacks, malware, hardware theft and unauthorized access, among others. In order for a Storage Area Network (SAN) to be secure, each of these threats must be individually addressed. In this paper, we present a comparative study by implementing different security methods in IP Storage network. KEYWORDS iSCSI; Target; Initiator; Wireshak; SSLv2; IPSec.
Siva Rama Krishnan Somayaji, Ch. A. S. Murty
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Siva Rama Krishnan Somayaji, Ch. A. S. Murty
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