Fail-Safe Security: Protecting Data From Cloud and Third-Party Risks With Encryption

3-16-10

Fail-safe is not just a term that evokes the Cold War era — it is a basic principle of safety and security engineering. Things will inevitably go wrong, and when they do, these safeguards all the difference in how they go wrong and with what consequences. While passengers would be inconvenienced if a railroad signal system malfunctioned and trains came to a halt, there is no real, lasting harm done as long as there are no train wrecks.

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