Data at rest and it’s security solutions-A survey

Farheen siddiqui, Ghazala Matloob

Abstract


Security of the data is the major challenge for every organization and to secure the archived data or you can say the data at rest is critical because this may consist of some of the confidential information which can be used in future. So , in this paper I tried to discuss the data at rest with it’s possible security solutions.
Keywords—Data at rest , data in transit , security, encryption , biometric, content address storage

Keywords


Data at rest , data in transit , security, encryption , biometric, content address storage

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i5.3436

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