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Hi. I'm Chauncey Schwartz. I'm the Product Manager for both the NAS storage and the backup storage. So today, we're going to be talking about something that's very important on everybody's mind, data protection, and we take it very seriously. So what I'm going to do is go the seven types of data protection we have for the M-series. Starting with the log-on. When you first go to log on, there are three kinds of users. You could be a group user, which means you can have access to multiple M-series systems. You could be a storage user, which means you get to access one system. Or you could be a partition user, which means you can access a portion of one system. In terms of privileges, we have three privileges. First, is Administrator. An Administrator is basically someone who can do everything. So there won't be a lot of Administrators. So the Admin is very important. The next one is an operator user. And an operator user is someone who has permission to do the kinds of functions that would be done in everyday operations: create a duplicate copy of something, initiate a snapshot, but not do administrator level privileges. And then last is a monitor user. That's kind of what they do with me if I'm in a data center. Basically, I can see what's going on, but I can't change anything. So that's how we do log-on and access control. The next thing is what we call access control. Because a SAN storage by it's nature shared by multiple systems, we need a way to protect that allows each server to only see that data that's important or relevant to them. And that also works good in cloud environments when you want to share a resource so that the cloud provider can keep these costs low and guarantee each user that they can only see their data and nobody else can see their data. Then the next level of protection is encryption. So what we allow to do is do self encrypting hard disk drives, self encrypting sold state drives so even if you're doing high performance, they do the encryptions so fast that there is no performance implication at all, and the data is encrypted on it's way to the surface. The next capability we want to talk is secure erasure. In addition to that, we offer what's known as a retention program. One of the important parts of data security is to make sure you can take copies. We're able to extend our data protection capability. And last, what we do is keep track of any user that makes a change in a system setting. So basically we have seven things that we have specifically done in the dis-subsystem to protect you. To give you data protection. So thank you very much. I really appreciate you taking the time be with us. For more information, please contact us today.

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Posted by: yesgoproductions on Apr 19, 2018


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