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Security is often thought of primarily as protecting data from prying eyes—that is, ensuring confidentiality. But data integrity and availability are no less essential. In this issue, George Sherwood gives us a fascinating account of keeping business systems running through a major disaster. The lessons learned apply beyond natural disasters, though, and readers can find many ideas to keep their own operations reliable and available in the face of the unexpected.
Date of Publication: Jan.-Feb. 2013