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Posted Apr 20, 2005

Corporate Data Leaks Spur Interest in Storage Security

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Enterprise Storage Forum]

Recent data security breaches like the loss of backup tapes at Bank of America and Ameritrade are boosting the fortunes of storage security vendors such as NeoScale Systems, Decru, Vormetric and Kasten Chase.

"These public events of private data being compromised have increased the number of inquiries," says Tom Grubb, vice president of marketing at Santa Clara, Calif.-based Vormetric. "In particular, we're seeing a lot of interest from financial institutions."

The article continues at http://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/continuity/features/article.php/349926



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